11 year old boy writes iPhone app, donates proceeds to charity
iPhone apps are always being released each day. After long development times, testing, more testing, then Apple’s final say, you may be privileged enough to have your app in the iTunes store. Here is an 11-year old boy who wrote his own app, got it approved, and is now donating some of the proceeds to the children’s hospital charity.
His app is called iSketch, a basic drawing and painting program where you can choose colors, brushes and them email them off to your friends. The 11 year old’s name is Cameron and he will be sending the proceeds to the Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA in Westwood and Santa Monica. This is a great story, these children are our future, we should support them!