Hi everyone, this is Ayush. I am 17 years old. I love programming, physics and maths. I have developed an Android app with more than 1.5 million downloads at age 15. Looking forward to make some exciting friends here.

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I think because the age you mentioned is normally for class 9th.So everybody is curious to see a 9th std boy doing so great in Physics.That's my belief.

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TopNewestActually never mind

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What is the app called

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i am also preparing for iit jee

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hello, i know java but can u tell me platform and other requirements. i want to exhibit it before 21 feb i need quick help.....pls guide

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great,welcome Ayush.....so are you preparing for IIT JEE?

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Thanks, yes I am.

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Welcome Ayush...I also love maths physics and programming as much as you do......

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Welcome Ayush.

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also tell me about how to develop app

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Hi Sam, to develop Android apps you'll need to learn Java. Better search on Google for some tutorials on it.

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hey ayush i m also passionate about programming so i hope u will tell me about c language

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Hi Ayush,

It's very nice to meet you. What's your app? I'd love to check it out :)

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You can download it here It's about sending free SMS. You need to have an Indian mobile number to register an account for it.

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Impressive indeed, welcome to Brilliant!

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12I sometimes wonder, why people ask me this?

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Impressive! I unfortunately do not have an Indian mobile phone #, but about 1/3 of Brilliant probably does.

We're happy to have you here, let me know if you have any questions.

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