8th grader creates No. 1 app for iPhone
There is a new, No. 1 app for the iPhone and the creator is in the 8th grade.
A free game called Bubble Ball has knocked Angry Birds from atop the charts, and is now most downloaded app for apple devices.
In just over two weeks, it's been downloaded over 1.5 million times, including 400,000 downloads on Thursday.
Bubble Ball was created by Robert Nay of Spanish Fork, Utah and it's the first game he's created for Apple's app store.
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