Win a Kindle Fire just for asking an audio-related question!
Our wonderful friends over at Stack Exchange have started a new contest this week and have put a Kindle Fire up for grabs. How do you get your hands on one? Simple, ask an Android-related question that pertains to audio. If your question gets the most views this week, you win. Period.
To enter the Audio Week contest, head to the Android portal of Stack Exchange and ask something that is related to audio output of an Android device. Anything that gets tagged as audio is eligible for this challenge, however be sure to add additional, relevant tags as well. Once your question is live, be sure to tweet it, share it, post it to your wall, etc. Whatever you do to get the word out only helps your cause.
While you are there, feel free to take a look around at some of the other questions. Chances are good that you might find something helpful for your own phone or tablet experience.
Guess what? AndroidGuys readers are eligible for their own prize as well! Make sure to mention that you heard about this contest from us or mention that in your profile! To help stand out from the crowd, insert “I am an Android Guys reader” in your profile.
- The contest is open to both new and current Stack Exchange and android.stackexchange.com users.
- Everyone is eligible to participate regardless of geographic location. If you live in an area of the world where it is too difficult for us to ship you your prize, we’ll figure something else out on a case by case basis.
- The only metrics we’re using to determine winners are the number of page views your questions get. So ask as many good questions as you can, and share them using whatever means you see fit. Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Google Plus, whatever!
What are you waiting for?
The contest begins today, February 6th and runs until Friday, February 17th at 11:59 pm (UTC). If you don’t get your question in between now and Friday then you can’t win!
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