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Student Company Develops iPhone App to Promote Good Deeds   Bookmark and Share

Mobil33t, a company formed by a team of three U-M students, has created DoGood, the popular iPhone App that leverages mobile networks and social media to encourage and promote altruism on an global scale.

DoGood, a free app available to iPhone and iPod Touch users, was created by Mobil33t's three partners: Jason Bornhost, U-M CSE senior; Kunal Jham, who graduated from U-M CSE in April; and Mayank Garg, U-M art and design student. The developers were inspired to create DoGood during Elliot Soloway's "Mobile and Web App Programming" class, offered for the first time last semester.

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U-M News Service Press Release
Mobil33t Website
EECS 498: Mobile App Development