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Apple CEO Tim Cook praises 9-year-old Indian girl who developed an iOS app

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Tim Cook personally complimented her in an email.

Apple CEO Tim Cook complimented a 9-year-old Indian girl living in Dubai for designing an iOS app for iPhones. The girl, Hana Muhammad Rafeeq, had originally written to him, claiming to be the youngest iOS developer. She had developed ‘Hanas’, a storytelling app that allows parents to record stories.

According to the Gulf News report, in response to her email, describing her app and other achievements, the Apple CEO complimented her.

There are kid-friendly stories in Hana’s free iOS app. She was motivated to create the app after realizing how little parents have the time to read to their children. At the time this app was created, Hana was eight years old.

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According to the Gulf News report, Hana wrote in an email: “I was introduced to coding when I was five, and it seems that I am the youngest in the world to achieve this. Plus, I almost avoided using third-party ready-made codes.” , libraries or classes in my app. I have handwritten over 10,000 lines of code for this app. Quick example.”

She also shared links to her works on YouTube.

According to the Report UKTNHana was asleep when her father, Mohammed Rafeeq, first read the email. “I woke her up and passed the news to her,” he said. “She immediately sat up and ran to the washroom. It usually takes a few minutes to wake her up.”

In his email, Tim Cook wrote to her: “Congratulations on all your impressive achievements at such a young age. Keep it up and you will do great things in the future.”

Hana has stated that she had to write 10,000 lines of code to create the stories app that allows parents to record stories for their children in their own voice.

She got the idea after seeing a documentary. Before starting their day at work, parents can record stories for their kids to listen to as they fall asleep.

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