Squibner LLC was founded by Owen Voorhees in 2008, shortly after the iTunes App Store opened for business. Self-taught at an early age, Owen's first app, MathTime, received media attention from Inc. Magazine, Rush Limbaugh and other media outlets.
Since those early days, Owen has expanded Squibner's stable of apps with offerings in the Education and Fitness categories gaining proficiency with a wide variety of Cocoa Touch APIs. In 2013, Owen attended his first WWDC on a student scholarship. In addition to his Squibner development, Owen contributed to the open source version of the VLC media player for Mac as part of the Google Code-In program and has open sourced the custom graphing code that was developed in connection with LogMyRun.
Owen is a junior at Hinsdale Central High School in Hinsdale, Illinois and can be reached via Twitter (@owenvoorhees) or through the Squibner contact page.
John Voorhees has been involved with Squibner behind the scenes from the start. In 2014, he joined Owen as Squibner's second developer with Blink, an iTunes affiliate linking app for iOS that is due to launch in early 2015. John can be reached via Twitter (@johnvoorhees) or through the Squibner contact page.