App of the Month Winners


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Congratulations to February's Young Inventor!
Tile Calculator
by Madhav A Nair

Madhav, age 12, a student from India, created this astonishingly complex app to help users estimate the tiles, pavers, or planks needed to cover an area. He hopes that he can encourage people to do more DIY tiling projects. Looks like it's time for all of us to get to work!

Congratulations to February's Teen Inventor!
Hangman Game
by Rishab Arora

13 year old Rishab from India loves to code and wanted to create an app for his favorite game: hangman! We certainly love playing it, and we hope you will too.

Congratulations to February's Adult Inventor!
Guess the number
by KN Loh

KN, a teacher from Malaysia, created this simple game just for fun. You can play alone or with a friend, perfect for any time of day.

Congratulations to January's Young Inventors!
by Aarna Divya

8 year old elementary school student Aarna from India created this emergency app so that anyone in danger can ask for help. Keep up the fantastic work Aarna!

Lingo Land
by Ayush Sankaran and Jashith Narang

10 year old 5th grade students Ayush and Jashith from India created this amazing language app to teach Sanskrit and Spanish. Their integration of the app with Scratch is very impressive. Bravo!

Congratulations to January's Adult Inventor!
by Alan Do

Alan, an R&D advisor from Canada, created this versatile app to monitor heart rates during sleep utilizing an Arduino UNO and Bluetooth technology. We are always amazed to see new and different ways App Inventor is being used.

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