If you’re holding onto a Droid X2, T-Mobile G2X, Photon 4G, Atrix 4G, or any worthwhile Android tablet today, you likely know what Tegra Zone is. If you don’t, then listen up. Tegra Zone is an application specifically for Android devices with NVIDIA’s blazing fast dual-core processor, the Tegra 2. The application showcases all the games that have been optimized for the Tegra 2, offering up an unrivaled graphics experience. Starting today, Tegra 2 owners now have one more outlet – TegraZone.com
What’s essentially the Tegra Zone application in website form, TegraZone.com offers up new community forums and a new feature for developers, Zone In. Zone In is where game developers can submit their application to the NVIDIA team and try to get their game added to Tegra Zone. Of course, your game better be up to snuff if you want to join the ranks of RipTide GP and others, but it’s nonetheless a great way for developers to get in touch with NVIDIA.
If you’re cruising along on TegraZone.com and see an application you’d like to buy, you’ll quickly be sent to the online Android Market to complete the purchase and easily send the application to your Android device. It makes sense for NVIDIA to make a web-based version of its app, as it not only compliments the online Android Market, but it extends its reach in general to potential buyers. TegraZone.com also lets users share games easy through social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
In celebration of the launch, NVIDIA will also be holding a sweepstakes for Tegra Zone members. Five lucky winners will receive an Acer Iconia A500 and fifteen second place winners will receive an NVIDIA-branded T-Shirt!
Launching today in English, Portuguese, and Japanese, TegraZone.com is just one more option to go with NVIDIA for your next Android device purchase.
[Via: Tegra Zone]