Hear the heartwarming story of an 11 year old boy named Cameron who not only learned to program all on his own, but also created an iPhone app named iSketch approved wholeheartedly by Apple.
Stephanie Chu: Hi everyone it's Stephanie and welcome to AppJudgement your source for Mobile Phone Application news and reviews from Revision3. Today we bring you the hot roaming storing of a 11-year old boy Cameron who not only learned how to program all on his own but also created iPhone that was approved by Apple. iSketch is described as a premium painting and drawing application for the iPhone and iPad Touch and the app does just that. Choose from a section of brush and pick in the many colors available. Then get as creative as you wish. When you are done, save your master piece to you iPhone's camera roll or send it in an email. If you create anything impressive with iSketch visit Cameron's website for a chastity featured on his corner of web. This is a simple app that is sure to grow as Cameron does and we encourage you to check it out. Just as impressive as the app developmental self is the story of how Cameron and iSketch will help children in the need. Cameron's father wrote to Crunch Gear, "My son Cameron is 11 years old and, last year, he had a medical problem that prevented him from participating in the physical activities he otherwise enjoys." We are glad to hear he is nearly fully recovered and Cameron's dad further writes, "Inspired by the care he received at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center and Orthopaedic Hospital, Cameron has dedicated a substantial portion of the proceeds from his sales to purchase entertainment and electronic items for Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA's Child Life/Child Development programs." We here at AppJudgement can definitely get behind Cameron's Pod and look forward to seeing more of his talent. You can find an iSketch for $0.99 in the Apple iTune store.