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Got to hear this story -- almost 151000 apps submitted to apple each month getting noticed is like winning the app lottery.
Prepare -- Boulder, Colorado high school students know what it feels like to be in that inner circle with the release of their new app called finish which aims to help kids and adults deal with procrastinate should.
With us now -- the sixteen year old creators.
That's sixteen year old creators Ryan or buck and Michael Hansen join us this morning nice to see you guys congrats on the -- Thanks it's great to hear from morning -- -- you you came up with this idea to stop procrastinate should how did you come up with this idea.
Yes it was actually I was in -- tenth grade when we first came out within about a year ago.
And I was you know struggling during finals week I saw a lot of my friends struggle laying.
Yeah I -- my parents dealing with being stressed and I just thought there had to be a better way and down.
I initially came up with kind of the sliding timeframe concept that's one of the kind of -- tent -- of the app and said the idea after Michael to think about and we really went from there and started development system.
Crazy I mean I think Michael when I was you know 1516 years old like out you know -- -- was concerned about girls Ali that's going away.
Right you don't.
-- -- reading comic books may be playing my guitar to your coding and you build this app that then gets featured by apple how did you build this thing.
-- it was definitely is an intimidating task and Ryan told me about it the first time.
But I had a little bit -- knowledge about what the whole programming basics but it took us a long time to get it down.
And it just has a lot of experimenting and trying things and stuff didn't always work out -- the time.
Yeah -- after awhile we sort of learn the skill sets and we were able to get the futures.
Put -- we had a really good product today.
That's great -- -- what does this say to your parents they must have been so impressed not only are you trying to do chores on time.
You created an app to help you do chores on time they must be thrilled.
It's it's been really cool -- that parents have been really Savard and you know there's been rough patches as always but you know overall it's been -- -- experience with them and everything.
-- Michael we've had debates here on the show about.
Getting rid of curses and schools and I'm long -- I don't care about curse and I can hardly write as it is I think that kids need to learn at a younger age had a coat.
How to learn a new programming language because this is the future if you have that steal at this age sky's the limit what -- -- -- -- on my side on that.
Yeah oh yeah I'm definitely an -- about that I think there is.
Definitely just like developing computer skills at a young age is super important and it's not really hard to learn how to simply just -- stuff like.
-- web sites or something and it's definitely felt that comes in handy more and more every day and it will be really important.
As well -- on.
Right -- take a moment away from your current app called finish but he -- like the next Angry Birds and collaboration what's next for you guys.
We're thinking about a lot of things we're actually working right now it's a big exciting new features that'll be coming out later this year.
And down we're really listening and very carefully how the user feedback we're getting tons emails tons of people reaching out to Russia and what they think and where.
Looking forward to incorporate you know a ton of feedback and -- had any features in the future.
Well hopefully our viewers this morning if your interest in stopping procrastinate should go download their apathy or sixteen years old it's called finish and is on the App Store this morning Ryan and Michael congratulations to you guys.
Basically had you done guys thanks.
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