Canadian Software engineer David Quail has created an app that will aggregate 2012 World Junior Hockey Championship news stories, player tweets, photos, and fan comments. The app, called Row 0, seeks to combine relevant sources of information and filter it into a single output. Think of it as a virtual playbook that is constantly updating.
What makes this app interesting is the story of how it was created. Quail lives in California working for YouSendIt. American immigration laws prevented developers like Quail from creating non-work related projects inside the United States. With the idea of an aggregated World Juniors app in mind, Quail has been travelling back and forth to Edmonton, working on the app over weekends while staying with friends and family.
This year, the World Juniors are taking place in Edmonton and Calgary with the puck dropping December 26th.
The app works for both iPhone and iPad and is free [iTunes link].
[via the Edmonton Journal]
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