Apps for Good students on Blue Peter
Over the summer Apps for Good students from Central Foundation Girls’ School had the chance to film with BBC’s children’s TV programme Blue Peter. Yesterday afternoon Apps for Good students were hooked to their TVs watching BuzzerBuddies and 2-the-Res-Q compete to have their app developed. You can watch the episode on YouTube.
The winning app CyberMentors by the 2-the-Res-Q team, is now live on the Android Market and can be do downloaded for free here.You can read more about how the app was brought to life this summer on the Apps for Good blog.
Nominet Trust CEO, Annika Small, appeared as a judge on the show, she said: “It’s exciting to see young people creating apps that address specific needs in their lives and communities. Nominet Trust is supporting an online platform that will soon make Apps for Good accessible to all. Imagine the creativity of young people across the UK and beyond unleashed in improving the world they live in.”
Originally posted by Adizah Tejani on September 27th, 2011