Tuesday, January 18, 2011

“Bubble Ball” by 14 year iPhone app developer tops Apple’s free games list


Giving seasoned iPhone app developers a serious run for their money, Robert Nay, a 14 year old whiz kid has created an iPhone application named “Bubble Ball” that has topped the Apple’s iTunes store for free games list.
Nay’s application has registered 2 million downloads to become one of the hottest free iPhone apps across the globe. The game has replaced “Angry Birds” from the top place in the store.
Robert Nay who conceptualized and programmed the game is an eighth grader living in Spanish Fork, Utah, and had created his first website while he was studying in third grade. The iOS version of the game was launched on December 29 and since then its popularity among the iphone users has been sky-rocketing.

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1 comment:

  1. It's great that iphone continue to upgrade and update its features and applications. No wonder mobile users switch to iphone.

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