Each year we host the national Apps for Good Awards to recognise the top apps created by student teams in the Apps for Good course.
We work with industry leaders to select the apps that solve a real-world problem in a new way. The judges look for apps that have a good user experience, are technically feasible and have a clearly defined market.
The winning teams work with our app developer partners to have their app built professionally and launched publicly, supported by Apps for Good and our sponsors.
Apps for Good Awards 2014 Winners
The winners of the Apps for Good Awards 2014 tackle a range of issues affecting their worlds, from helping families track pocket money to supporting teens exploring sexuality and gender. Click on the icons below to learn more about the apps and the teams behind them.
Inspires work-shy kids and flatmates to do their share of the housework
Learn the art of codebreaking. Play the game ― break the code
Real-life stories for young people exploring sexuality and gender
Looking for the perfect space for your child's party? Find and rate venues in your area
Pocket Money Pig
A virtual piggy bank for kids and their parents. Track what's been promised and paid for fewer family quibbles
Navigate your streets with confidence using up-to-date UK police data on your area
Find the best place to surf near you with the latest conditions and user ratings
Apps from previous years
The Story Wall
Oyster on the Go
Beat the Book
Feelings in a Flash
Stop and Search