Phan Van KhanhWith the rise of mobile generation, Vietnam has emerged amongst the fastest growing IT destinations of the world. It has attracted global attention with its GDP growth of 6.2% and surpassed the expectations of industry experts with its high potential, talent and innovation. Tapping into this booming market is our developer of the week – Phan Văn Khanh.

Driven by his passion to transform the world with technology, Phan Văn Khanh stepped into the mobile industry to be an independent mobile app developer. He worked with a couple of firms, but couldn’t connect with their visions.

Currently pursuing his last year in Communications & IT from Hanoi Technical University, Phan is exploring different ideas for his mobile apps. Phan’s fondness for C# programming language has made him a Windows Phone enthusiast, which lets him use the language in the most distinctive way.

Fact File
Name Phan Văn Khanh
Location Vietnam
Connect Facebook
Apps Windows

Some of his popular apps are Youtube to MP3, 2014 for Facebook and One News Reader. He likes to walk with the time and reinvent his apps in order to connect with the mobile youth.

Talking about his experience with Vserv, Phan said, “I was introduced to Vserv.mobi by a close friend. With respect to other ad exchanges, Vserv offers easy and simple integration, high eCPMs and better fill rate. Their one click AppWrapper™ technology has helped me earn higher revenues & I’m looking forward to use this technology for my future apps.”

Phan wants to maintain his focus presently on creating better apps, acquiring more users and building his own unique identity in the thriving mobile app industry. Here’s wishing him good luck to achieve his dreams.

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