We’re The Four Loop, four freshman at the University of Pennsylvania studying Computer Science and Business in the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology. We’re a group of developers, designers, marketers, technologists, but above all, entrepreneurs. We met the first day of college, and we’ve been best friends and working together ever since.
In the past 8 months, we’ve created an education app, won 3rd place at PennApps by hacking Siri, been featured on Forbes, and learned a lot in the process. We are hoping to eventually start something that turns into a viable business. We’ll be detailing our future endeavors and ideas on this website. Stay tuned!
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex works on frontend development and design for The Four Loop. In high school, he cofounded Pilot, which now hosts nationwide high school hackathons for high school students. When he isn’t harvesting Facebook likes or Twitter followers, he can be found in the Wharton School of Business building (#Whartonite), playing soccer, or eating Chipotle.
Ajay is a rockstar programmer who knows more languages than a hyperpolyglot. He’s from The Silicon Valley. He’s started an iOS contracting company and developed numerous enterprise iOS applications and websites. The team is positive that Ajay is superhuman, given that he averages five hours of sleep a week and survives on only water. Outside of coding, Ajay loves to code.
Gagan works on iOS and product development for The Four Loop. He’s been working with iOS for only two years and already has a top-2 rap app on the App Store with over 500,000 downloads called Rap to Beats . When Gagan aka “Swaggy-G” is not working on his app or The Four Loop projects, he can be found Bhangra dancing or flashing his pearly-white smile. He also enjoys playing soccer and routinely beating people in Kemps with Alex (you will never get their signal).
Engadget: College kids gave Siri new powers and now you can too
Forbes: Apple Reportedly Plans To Open Siri To Third Parties (Just As Hackers Force It Open)
Heavy: How to Setup GoogolPlex and Let Siri Access Your Apps
PhoneArena: Siri hack in iOS 7 allows third-party functionality such as Instagram and Spotify
ComputerWorld: Student hackers make Apple’s iOS 7 Siri way more useful with Spotify support
DailyDot: How to hack Siri to run Instagram, Spotify, and more
ZDNet: Siri hacked to work with Spotify, Instagram and other third-party apps
Penn Current: LoudCrowd app eases classroom input