You remember: To celebrate the relaunch of our official Google+ Page we decided to do you (and us) some good. We decided you should be able to win a high-grade smartphone, while we hoped to strengthen and extend our followership over at G+: a classical win-win situation for the two of us. Last weeks winner has been drawn, so let’s go for the last of four N4. Conditions of partaking are even easier to meet, so read on and secure the last chance…
Nexus 4: The Stock Android Experience
We know you love the pure Android experience, if any. With iOS 7 resembling Android more than ever, what holds you away from turning your back on the walled gardens of Cupertino? Even in the year 2013 does Apple not offer you the possibility to install your custom keyboard with multiple language support, to use homescreen widgets or to use system wide sharing to any app installed. I made the switch in 2011 already and have not looked back since. Then, in March 2013, i switched again, to a Nexus 4 with Stock Android, the greatest phone I ever had..
What you are able to win today, is just that, a brand-new Nexus 4 with 16 GB of storage space. If Google makes the white models available during the course of our raffle, we will leave you the choice which color model you’d like to receive in case you win.
Nexus 4: Last Week’s Winner
Last week’s raffle saw roughly 600 participants with all answers given correctly. Another 100 didn’t manage to answer all questions, while almost 80 did fall from the draw, because they did not add a Google+ URL to their profile. From those who answered all questions correctly, only half bothered to add Noupe to their circles, an even lesser number shared the game with their own circles. From almost 700 participants only around 100 secured their chance to be part of the draw.
This heightens the chances for these 100 by the factor 7. Strongest participation by countries was (in this order) from Germany, US and India, where Germany saw almost twice as much participants as places 2 and 3 together. Let’s see what we got:
Our own editorial magic fairy flourished her wand and conjured up this winner:
Christian F. from Munich, Germany
Congrats, you should receive an email shortly! Read on, if you are not last week’s lucky winner…
Nexus 4: How To Win One
Each Monday from the 24th of June on for four weeks, you have the chance to win one Nexus 4 16GB. We’ll ship that to you, wherever you happen to be located. We cannot guarantee that the device will function in every corner of the world though. What we will equip you with is an unlocked official Google LG Nexus 4, so there’s no limitations from our side.
Securing your chance to win is easy, yet comes tied to a condition. You’ll need an account over at Google+ to partake. If you don’t have one yet, you can easily change that here. Google+ developed to become the platform to go to when it comes to valuable discussions on technical topics. Their focus on presenting creative pieces is outstanding and if you, as a creative worker, don’t own an account yet, you should in any case consider opening one, even apart from this raffle.
If you own an account, this is how to participate: Simply leave a comment below.
Additionally, we need a functional email address to be able to contact you in case you win, so don’t go for one of these throw-away-mail-services. In the form field Website enter the link to your G+ account. The last step is, if not already done, adding Noupe Magazine to your circles and sharing the game with your own circles. That’s it! Remarkably lower preconditions than in the weeks before…
The raffle starts immediately and runs until Friday, 19th of July, 6 PM CEST. The winner will be announced via Google+ and in the comments below. Good luck!
Dieter Petereit is a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called web design and has carried on ever since. Two decades ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. You can meet him over on Google+.