Basically, as part of my courses, there was a time when I worked as an iOS Developer Intern for a few months in a small company several years ago. We were less than 10 people, though I was the only developer in-office. I never met the others, since they were sent into other companies (whilst I worked on an in-house project).
During my internship, I was presented an Android application the company made, and my objective was to port it into an iOS version.
By the end of the contract, I provided them with a working prototype (which worked very much like the Android version), beside one missing feature. But the application never was published.
Recently, when I tried to download the Android application, I realised it was removed from Google Play (though I don't know why).
Out of curiosity, I tried searching about the company, and I can't help but have the feeling the company possibly went bankrupt...
Considering these few points, is it a good idea to mention this work experience (on the resume and during the interview) when applying for new jobs?
I'm concerned they might start guessing when they search the application I mentioned and realise it "doesn't exist" (neither the iOS nor the Android, since the former never was published and the latter was deleted).