Homework Help — 1st place
Homework Help is a hardware hack which can read simple math problems, and then write out the answer in your handwriting.
PipeTeX — 2nd place
PipeTeX is syntactic sugar for LaTeX. PipeTeX lets people type equations in an intuitive way, using just parentheses and slashes rather than LaTeX’s arcane functions. It also drops a lot of the boilerplate.
Googolplex — 3rd place
Commodisense — Finalist
Commodisense fetches prices for stocks and commodities whenever you text it.
WebNES — Finalist
Evolve — Finalist
Evolve is a tool for Android developers which lets them deploy code without going through Google Play or asking users to download an update.
What I Cook Up — Finalist
Built by a team from Zurich, What I Cook Up lets you take a picture of a plate of ingredients, and will suggest recipes based on those ingredients.
Trump — Finalist
Trump is an iOS app that lets people play Cards Against Humanity (Apples to Apples) with pictures. Check it out at trumpyourfriends.com.
Divvly — Finalist
Divvly is an iOS app that makes splitting checks easier. It runs OCR on receipts, lets people claim their items, and then settles the check using Venmo. Check it out at divvly.com.
Pebmo — Finalist
Pebmo is a Venmo client for the Pebble smartwatch. It checks Foursquare to see which of your friends are nearby, and then lets you send them payments with Venmo.