The first-place winners will each receive an Apple iPad Air and the opportunity to work with an IEEE mentor.
A $250 Amazon gift card will go to second-place finishers; third-place contestants will receive a $150 Amazon gift card.
First Place - "Helping Hands"
Designed to store emergency contact information and to send an "I need help" message and location information to those contacts when trouble arises
Second Place - "MobiLearn"
Will allow teachers and students who have difficulty meeting in a physical location to connect by mobile phone with classes, assignments, notes and grades easily accessible
Third Place - "Diabreathometer"
Will be able to diagnose diabetes and alert sufferers when to take insulin
First Place - "Clean Droid"
Designed to help Android phone owners optimize the care of their phones, save space and help boost performance and speed. It strives to protect owners' private information by daily auto cleaning of such things as browser and search history, cache, chat records and temporary data on sites like Facebook, WhatsApp, WeChat and Instagram.
Second Place - "Cartwheels"
Provides health information on urban mobile food vendors and allows patrons to see menus and rate food
Third Place - "Tour-De-City"
Helps reduce pollution by designing biking, walking or public transportation tours of Boston and New York City