Learn to code, make apps, build websites, automate tasks, and more - whenever and wherever you have a minute! With 1,000+ bite-size lessons, real-world projects, and challenges, mastering the skills of the future has never been so easy to fit into your day.
◆ What others say about Mimo:
"This way, you can work learning to code into your daily routine, whenever you have a few minutes of downtime." - TechCrunch
"The app’s lessons are bite-size to make it easy to squeeze coding into your busy day, and it has a beautiful interface." - The New York Times
◆ What you can achieve:
- Making an app
- Making a website
- Using SQL injection
- Command line (Terminal)
Achievement badges, daily goals, and streaks
Continuous extensions and updates
Coming soon: courses on Lua, Machine Learning, PHP, R, Raspberry Pi, and more!
◆ How it works:
Sign up and dive into any topic you can find. If you want to go beyond the two free-to-complete chapters, you can subscribe to Mimo Premium for unlimited access to the whole range of courses. Get Mimo today and start your journey of mastering the skills of the future!
More on Mimo Premium:
Every course on Mimo features two free-to-complete chapters. From there, you can continue by subscribing to Mimo Premium, which gives you unlimited access to all courses and lessons on Mimo, continuous extensions to the courses, and additional courses on a regular basis. If you choose to purchase Mimo Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours before the end of the current period. Mimo Premium is USD 8.99/month or USD 56.99/year (quoted in U.S. dollars, prices may vary in countries other than the United States). If you want to cancel Mimo Premium or turn off automatic renewal, head over to the Account Settings section of your App Store or iTunes settings after the purchase.
The applications Mimo: Learn to code on the go was published
in the category Education on 2016-08-22 and
was developed by Mimohello GmbH.
The file size is 110.24 MB.
The current version is 2.0.5 and works well on
8.0 and high ios versions.
Won't let me buy a month. I don't need the app for a year, I want to learn to code asap not for a whole year
Is a great app it does cost a fee by it actually has some potential
If I'm 13 and I understand it I think you can to.
I was shocked !!! It's really nice and good APP !!! 100% satisfy !!! Thanks !!!1
Great app for casual review of the language.
This app is great, but just super expensive. Would buy the stuff and rate it 5 stars if it wasn't so expensive.
So I am probably gonna pay the $50 a year because it seems very premium and could help me. But it kind of made it sound decently free. But I know a little Java and Swift so I think this can really helps me expand my knowledge
If the app is free, everything should be free. Only the first lesson is free, everything after that can only be accessed through pro membership. Horrible app. Wast of time. Do not recommend
I take public transit every day. So it's nice using momo to brush up on things in learning.
The first time learning coding wasn't so mind numbingly boring!
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After the first "what is a computer" lesson, the app requires an IAP or social share to even get a taste of an actual programming lesson. A disappointing experience.
Everything is behind a pay wall. Ridiculous. You can find all this content online for free (W3School, etc). Don't pay for this!
The app is friendly, but at times it will jump from day 0 to day 100. The Java sections require you to code on your laptop. Why would I want to get my laptop when I want to do it all on my phone at any time...
I was actually feeling a connection with the app and grew more and more interested but it broke my heart to find out that I had to either pay or share on Facebook or Twitter - which I have neither of.
The addition of the tracks update is really killing the experience. I love this app and going through the courses but the last update is making it very difficult. The app is slow to launch, freezes at start up and not as responsive when scrolling through the the chapters. Also please bring back the ability to select a lesson in the chapter.
The design of this app use to be great, but each update it just gets worse and know I hate using the app for how awful the design has gotten. Every update the app also gets more bugs and crashes.
But I only got one lesson but it wasn't even over programming yet. Then I had to pay or share to get more. Annoying.
Coding app that crashes at start. LoL 😅 I was excited when I read this is like duolingo for coding but common.... I can't even open it before it crashes. 😑😪
In the learn to hack section which intrigued me the most, you only get one lesson then had to buy premium. I would have gotten it because I am interested in hacking but it was way over priced for what it was. I can't spend that munch on something being a kid that is interested in hacking.
The content is plain average, but their pricing scheme is a rip-off.