Win a GoPro HERO4 and a Racing Quadcoptor Kit with the Best Nexmo Project!

Hey! Want to win a sweet GoPro HERO? And a just released racing quadcoptor kit from FliteTest? Read on. (Yeah, not phone controlled toy, we're talking about a joystick banging racing machine here.)

Over the past few month's of contests, we've highlighted new APIs, given a preview of beta APIs, partnered with other APIs - so what's the challenge this month? That's up to you, because this month anything goes!*

That's right, use some of our newer Verify or Number Insight APIs, or use our more lowlevel SMS or Voice APIs. Use some of our beta SDKs, or even our new Beta Number Insight APIs. This month it's up to you.

The best overall submission, in terms of best quality, and best us of Nexmo will get a GoPro and a racing quadcoptor to attach it to.

But since we're opening this up to all of the tools Nexmo offers, there's a special prize to the project that uses the most Nexmo products. If that's you, we'll send you an awfully slick swiss army knife (the cyber-tool version) and a copy of the Incredible Machine sequel Contraption Maker on Steam.

Want some extra credit for hacking? Post your Nexmo API key (not secret) in this thread to have some added.

Nexmo Docs & Resources:

(*) Obviously the rules / elegibility requirements still apply.

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  • This contest is open only to legal residents of the United States and other locations where this contest is not prohibited or restricted by law,

  • age eighteen (18) or over,

  • excluding employees of Company and members of their immediate families, and

  • excluding entities (and their personnel and consultants) that provide services competitive with any of Company or its services.


  • Wholly original, and created during the contest.

  • Use Nexmo's APIs as authorized in the applicable documentation and the terms and conditions located at

  • Provided Nexmo access to test the submission. 

How to enter

  • Register on Challenge Post
  • Check The Documentation
  • Create something that uses Nexmo's products.
  • Submit what you've built, and a way to test it, through Challenge Post before 11:45 PM on Oct 31st (GMT)


Tim Lytle

Tim Lytle
Developer Guy, Nexmo

Judging Criteria

  • Best Use of Nexmo
    How well does the integration use Nexmo's APIs? That use should be an integral part of the submission.
  • Overall Execution
    Does this submission seem complete? Does it work well? How polished is it?