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Team Former For iOS Available Now

I'm proud to announce that my first iOS app, Team Founder, is now live on the app store!

The app lets you quickly and easily split any group of people into teams for sports, games or even classroom activities. Just enter the names of everyone playing along with the number of people you want in each group and hit Create. The app then creates your teams and lets you share them with friends and followers through email, Messages, Twitter and FaceBook.

The app is free so please go ahead and download it from iTunes and give it a go. I have lots of plans to make this app bigger and even better in version 2.

iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/team-former/id689018834?ls=1&mt=8

The app is built for all supported models of iPhone and iPod Touch running iOS 6.1.
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