Former Catmose College students design and launch mobile app
Two innovative students, who left Catmose College, to study A’levels at The King’s School in Peterborough and Oakham School, have launched an android mobile app on Google Play Market.
Type Hype was designed by a young enterprise team, including former Catmose college students’ Danny McKay, who helped to design the app and Sam Oakley who programmed it.
The team will be entering Type Hype into a national business competition.
Danny said, “Type Hype is a game that tests how quickly you can type random words that appear on the screen – against the clock. To help us build our business case we need to reach a target of 100 downloads and currently have 70.”
If you would like to help Danny and Sam reach their target, you can download the app here.