It is a broad question. To specify, we'd need to know which jobs you'd be applying for.
From your description, you could almost surely land an intern or junior developer position. Those of course would (hopefully) give you the work experience to move up from there.
The only way to really know is to start putting yourself out there and getting feedback from potential employers. There are just too many variables between companies for there to be an external gauge for "good enough".
I'm pretty impressed with the device but I was expecting a LOT more when they started talking about sports. Especially considering that live sports is one of the last bastions of television. Fantasy football and "taunting friends on Skype" is not what I consider an ultimate experience.
> ...This is interesting point. It is coming from "everyhour". What difficulties you think we could face?
IANAL but... If it's coming from "every hour" then go with that. You reference the Evernote inspiration in your description above, the tagline on the site is "Evernote for time", etc. Saying 'it's evernote for time' is great for elevator pitches, less so for product wording. But because the product is called "Everhour", I'd either a) start looking for a new name or b) pretend (at least in public) that I never even heard of Evernote. If not, at best you'd be labeled as a copycat, at worst, face some legal issues for encroaching on their trademark.