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May 6, 2014 10:00 am

Chemical Heritage Foundation’s chemistry iPad app is hot in Russia [Newsworks]

A screenshot of the Chemical Heritage Foundation's ChemCrafter iPad app.

The Old City-based Chemical Heritage Foundation‘s retro chemistry iPad app, ChemCrafter, is hot in Russia. Out of 221,000 downloads, nearly 70 percent – 148,000 – are from Russia, Newsworks reported. Listen to the whole story to find out why.

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The app was built by Fishtown development firm Bluecadet.

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