Wow! 14-Year-Old Programmer Uses Corona
If you’ve been watching the news lately, you have probably heard about Robert Nay, the fourteen-year-old boy who created the most popular free app in the Apple store. The game is Bubble Ball and it’s been downloaded more than three million times. According to Good Morning America, the programming prodigy has already started developing his next app.
We think that’s amazing! But it’s also super cool to us because we love Corona, the SDK Robert used to build Bubble Ball. In fact, we used it recently to create an app for the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, Florida. Corona is easy to use and intuitive, so building apps is almost as much fun as playing them.
We’re happy for Walter, Carlos and the rest of the Ansca team, who are the brains behind Corona. We look forward to continuing to use Corona when it is a fit for our projects!