Developer's admittedly "terrible" app climbs ranks

A software developer's admittedly "terrible" iPhone app has climbed the download ranks, adding evidence to the notion that the App Store is conducive to simple projects with limited functionality, according to AppleInsider. The 22-year-old created Sound Grenade, a free app which plays a loud, high-pitch noise while displaying an image. The project objective was to create and submit an app in under an hour, a goal that he actually exceeded. The app took 20 minutes of work, including all 10 lines of code.

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wibble3554d ago

I'm gonna make a "Hello world" app!