WATCH: Springbrook Students Design Phone Apps for Pay
WUSA9 reports on computer technology students selling apps on the Microsoft store.
The students of Springbrook High's computer science program are a pretty accomplished group as it is—last year four students traveled to Seattle to present a computer game at Microsoft's Imagine Cup competition.
Now, some students in Pat Yongpradit's technology classes have been profiled by WUSA9 for creating smart phone applications.
"It's an app product that uses GPS to track the [school] bus to tell you exactly when it's going to be at your stop," Isaac Gracealny, a 10th grader, explained to WUSA9. "It's also going to help you find your bus stop because you know sometimes you get lost, and hopefully it's going to solve the problem of having to wait too long or coming too late."
Head to WUSA9's website to see a video of the students in action.