Discover by Submittable
By Submittable Holdings Inc
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Successful creative careers start with Submittable. Find new opportunities, open calls, contests, and organizations from around the world to submit your work to. Track your submissions and save time by communicating with organizations in one easy place.
Discover creative opportunities from over 18,000 organizations in over 60 countries. Search by genre, name, tags, fee (or no fee), deadlines, and more.
After finding an opportunity that you're interested in, save it, label it, and come back to it later, or share it with friends.
View your submission activity and track the status as it goes through the review process. Download your submission content and take actions like withdrawing and requesting edits.
• Find unique open calls for your work
• Get centralized lists of upcoming deadlines or ongoing opportunities that are specific to your work
• Save your favorite opportunities and share them with friends and family
• Follow the organizations you love and view their open calls
• Track your submissions and communicate with organizations
• View your submission content and activity
What's New in Version 2.1
Please join us in kissing recent bugs goodbye. We’ve fixed the deadline clock to keep correct to the minute, wherever you are. Notifications will now lead directly to your submission, and on a tablet, enjoy wider margins. Link up with an organization’s website through their header image, and rely on the “next” button for scrolling through calls well past the 20th, where a wee bug was hiding.
V2 loves you. Reach out anytime: email@example.com or through Help --> Contact Us within the app.
I can’t find any specified writing or film opportunities to submit to, it needs to be better categorized. Also a filter by location would be really helpful. But I guess it does what it says it’ll do. You’ll just have to put in majority of the grunt work to find something suitable. It also didn’t accept my gmail account as an adequate email to sign up, which was weird.