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University of Michigan students sold iPhone app iWolverine to university

August 18, 2010

Make it, sell it

Tai Shing (Kevin) Chan and Zhiwei (Mark) Yang were two U-M engineering students, who just graduated, now working in Qualcomm. They developed iPhone app iWolverine. iWolverine can be used for accessing the university information such as dinning, campus navigation, magic bus route and schedule, U-M news etc.

iWolverine was developed by Kevin and Mark as their class project in winter of 2009. They finally sold the app to U-M information technology.

Now iWolverine is renamed as University of Michigan, which can be downloaded from iTune store.

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  1. Steve permalink
    April 22, 2011 12:33 pm

    The University had to do a lot of work to get the app into its current state. Here’s what the students’ app looked like:

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