What do most first graders do during their spare time? Some of us might think that they indulge in a little bit of video games here and there, sandwiched by plenty of homework in between. Well, Connor Zamary is a 7-year old who is decidedly different from the rest of his peers, where this first grader could very well hold the post of being the youngest ever iPhone app developer. Bear in mind that this is no gimmick, as Connor does seem to be quite the legitimate entrepreneur – after all, in an e-mail interview with his father, Craig Zamary mentioned that, “He pitched investors, made his own PowerPoint, filled out the paperwork for his LLC all by himself, has done conference calls with the West Coast developers.”

Connor’s first app is obviously a game, where it is known as Toaster Pop, as this family-oriented iPhone app will let you slather a bunch of condiments over your toast, including butter, jam, and a special spread known as “The Works.” It will cost $0.99 for Toaster Pop if you’re interested. Have you tried his app already, and how do you find it?

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