Does anybody like mirror image sentence memo?

I made a mirror image sentence memo iOS app "Da Vinci Memo". However, I would like to know if anybody is interesting to use this kind of app. I have been a fun of Da Vinci and I had learned about 45 years ago that he kept memos in mirror image sentence writing right to left. I tried and practiced to write mirror image sentences when I was junior high school. Now I had a chance to make app for that. But I am not quite sure if this kind of app can be accepted by normal people? How is it?
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Why not?

This would be a great way to get your feet wet in the app ecosystem. I don't expect such an app to make it into any top 10 but at first glance it is unique.

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Thank you

Thank you for encouraging remark.

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I can write mirror images

I learned how to write mirror text years ago and my job requires working with mirror text and images but I really do not see a need for an app. It is not something people normally do.

I have used text generators in the past that could mirror images for posting in forums for pranks and fun. I think that would be all an app would be good for other than as previously mentioned in another posts

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