Robert Nay, 14-year old iPhone free app designer of Bubble Ball

By on Jan 17, 2011 in Current Events, Smartphone, Technology, United States, World Comments

Robert Nay, CEO of Nay Games, is a 14-year old boy from Spanish Fork in Utah. According to a report by ABC News, Nay researched and developed the new hottest free application for the Apple iPhone, Bubble Ball. Nay, a pint-size eight-grader, says, that he was able to design and develop the said application by doing his research at the Spanish Fork Public Library.

Robert Nay
Photo Credit: ABC News

According to reports, Nay‘s Bubble Ball app has already been downloaded more than 2 million times from the Apple App Store for the last two weeks. On Thursday, January 13, 2011, it was downloaded for about 400,000 times as it edges Angry Birds as the number one free apps for the Apple iPhone.

Nay programmed the Bubble Ball app using Ansca‘s Corona SDK. Corona SDK is a powerful software, that is easy to use and its advanced features provide flexibility in creating games.

Nay revealed that he is now working on a new smartphone application, but he did not give any details about it for now.



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