Apple has announced the winners of the Swift Student Challenge

Apple has announced the winners of the Swift Student Challenge

Tech Highlights:

  • 16 year old Angelina Tsuboi made an app to teach users CPR basics. Tsuboi has also been involved with several community projects and made other apps, including one that measures air quality. 17 year old Jones Mays II made Ivy, an app that helps gardeners identify and eliminate invasive plant species.

  • Three adolescent champions of the recently completed Swift Student Challenge were recently recognised by Apple for their coding ability in tackling community concerns. The Cupertino-based corporation documented the submissions and discussed the rationale for the creation in a feature piece released Friday. Josh Tint, 19, created an app to encourage people to think about their gender identification. Tint’s personal path of self-discovery inspired the app, which contains an algorithm that inserts multiple pronouns in a sample sentence while swiping left or right to like or dislike the term.

Samantha is a senior news editor at iLounge. She has been covering the technology industry for over five years, writing about Apple, Google, and other major companies. Samantha has also worked as a reporter and editor for several other publications.

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