10-year-old kid builds an app in Bangladesh
In Bangladesh, 10-year-old baby Dhoomchi has come up with a new social media app that allows people to video chat with their friends and family from anywhere in the world.

So far 10,000 people have downloaded this app from the Google Play Store.

The app was submitted to Google on December 27 by Aman El Anhum, and after the scrutiny and verification process, Google put the app on its Play Store on December 31.

Talking to Arab News, Eman al-Anum said, "Bangladeshi consumers have been relying on other applications such as WhatsApp, Viber and emo to communicate abroad."

I thought we should have something, this (idea) encouraged me to work on my communication app. '

The 10-year-old took 10 months to develop the app, which he says did not take the help of a teacher, but did it alone on his own.

'I learned the whole process by watching different YouTube tutorials.'

This app, called Leita Free Video Calls & Chat, provides our users with the best quality and high quality video calls. Compared to other applications, this app is also considered to be important for longer and larger data transfer.

Ayman's success at an early age has surprised his parents as well. “My son had a keen interest in technology from the beginning, and I encouraged him,” said his father Tawheedsh Salam Nashad. He used to spend his free time with computers, smart phones and other devices, I always supported him, but I never thought that he would achieve such great success in his young age. '

Ayman named this app after his mother. The youngest student is a fourth-grade student at South Point School and College, Chhatragram. He wants to become a software engineer and wants to work at Google headquarters.

This app, called Leita Free Video Calls & Chat, provides our users with the best quality and high quality video calls