Tap.Count is developed by a single individual – Bryan Keenum of Decatur, AL. It began as a small personal project and developed over the course of a couple of months. Here’s a quick message from Bryan:
I have always wanted to build apps for iPhone and iPad. It has been a dream of mine for a very long time. I am a young guy finishing up a degree in Computer Science from Auburn University. And if that doesn’t qualify me as busy enough, I work full time in the Decatur City Schools Department of Technology as a Systems Administrator.
I started Tap.Count as a side project to prove to myself that I can in-fact learn how to build apps for iOS. It’s taken a few months to learn the Swift coding language, but I’m proud to release this introductory build of Tap.Count to you. It is coming soon to the App Store, and I could not be any more excited! I’m excited about this small feat and looking forward to building more apps for iOS later on.
I would love to hear what you think about Tap.Count when it becomes available or what you think should be updated. Stop by the contact page on this site to send me a message! I’m new to this, but eager to make improvements and do something great with iOS software.