Popular iPhone Apps That Made People Rich
Candy Crush Saga
Candy Crush Saga, a fantastically popular mobile app by King Digital Entertainment, rakes in about $633,000 every single day, which adds up to a whopping $230 million per year.
It was only a matter of time before someone adapted the classic game Pictionary into an iPhone app. The most popular adaptation is Draw Something, which at one time drew in about $250,000 per day in ad revenue, bringing the yearly revenue total to around $100 million.
15 Youngest CEOs in the World
Sindhuja Rajaram: Seppan
When she was just 14 years old, Sindhuja Rajaram became the CEO of a computer animation company called Seppan. She reportedly became interested in animation after her father taught her how to draw.
Shravan and Sanjay Kumaram: Go Dimensions
At 12 and 10 years old, brothers Shravan and Sanjay Kumaram became the President and CEO of their very own company: Go Dimensions. The business, which they started in their bedroom, creates mobile phone applications for both iPhone and Android.
According to Shravan, “We developed more than 150 test apps before releasing the first app, Catch Me Cop. That app was launched within a week of submission to Apple, and that was really exciting.”
15 Discontinued Food Products That Need to Come Back
Crystal Pepsi was a healthier version of the soda that only had a short run from 1992-1993. But perhaps it was too early for this clear, caffeine free drink that seemed so foreign in the 90s. Our more health conscious society should be more apt to embrace it now.
Butterfingers are a very tasty candy bar but can be problematic to eat without it crumbling all over the place. Enter the Butterfinger BB, one of the greatest inventions ever. It was a sad day when it was discontinued in 2006. They supposedly brought it back under a different name, Butterfinger Mini Bites, in 2009, but they’re a different shape and it’s just not the same.