Mimo: Learn to Code

Mimo: Learn to Code

By Mimohello GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-08-22
  • Current Version: 2.4.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 124.50 MB
  • Developer: Mimohello GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 6,475 Ratings

Description

Join more than 2 million learners: learn to code, make apps/games/websites, automate your life, and much more – no experience required. Mimo creates personalized curricula of fun and effective exercises, projects, and challenges for you that fit into your daily routine and keeps up your motivation. • "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." – The New York Times We help you master: • Programming from scratch • Making apps • Making games • Building websites • Becoming an ethical hacker • Automating your life These skills include programming languages like: Swift, Python, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, Java, C#, C++, Ruby, Git, command line, and more. Mimo is the best and most personalized way to learn to code on a tight schedule. Along the way, keep track of your progress, collect achievements and badges, and join a community of more than 2 million learners. --- By default, about 15 minutes of any track are free to try. To continue learning in your track, you can subscribe to Mimo Premium, a subscription that gives you unlimited access to your curriculum along with all tracks and other content. Mimo Premium is USD 29.99 for 3 months USD 49.99 for 1 year, quoted in U.S. dollars (prices may differ in countries other than the United States). At confirmation of purchase, payment will be charged to your iTunes account and your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours before the end of the current period at the price of the chosen subscription. Any unused portion of a trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. You can cancel your subscription (i.e. turn off automatic renewal) in the Account Settings section of your App Store or iTunes settings after you have made the purchase. Our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use are available at https://getmimo.com/privacy/. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at support@getmimo.com.

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Reviews

  • I love this educational coding platform!!

    5
    By dswolf123
    I have no prior experience in coding and this app help me to understand and learn basing computer programming and coding! Thank you Mimo!!
  • No

    1
    By rileu77653
    I was really interested in this stuff but I definitely don’t have the money to afford the full version it’s to expensive but this is the only app like it on the market I wish they could have it cheaper in some way please that’s all I need because the free lessons do not teach you anything
  • Disappointed...

    1
    By Cassie L. B.
    The trial lesson was so simple and it’s the same thing no matter what you want to learn. It was so short and far to easy to really gage if the app would be worth paying for. There’s no way to take an actual lesson to know if the app is worth spending $50 for.
  • Good but I wish it was cheaper!

    4
    By Sackzombie
    You should make a free trial for us!
  • Nice

    5
    By Red ashes
    Fun if you like quizzes and want to learn to code! Edit: no problem! I got this app and learned to code fast. I’m already working on a game and I’m only 10!
  • Ripoff

    1
    By Jdoodle dooodles
    The second I tapped the second lesson I had to make some membership. And that’s ok but I just finished the first lesson I haven’t learned anything besides that code goes in a specific order. I’m sure if bought this it would teach me more but I think that you should at least teach users to use simple coding instead 1 free lesson
  • No information for beginners

    1
    By halshetaiwi
    First of all I like the idea behind this apps. It’s great and amazing. However, there is no information explain the coding for beginners. When I started the app it just giving me examples and questions to answers. Now I’m studying R and terminal in school so,how we learn in school. First we go through lecture and introduction for the topic to understand the basic behind this coding before we move to R or Terminal and do some work/exercisesthere. I think in my opinion if you guys make small introductions with explain before the training session that would be very helpful. Thanks in advance :)
  • Too expensive

    3
    By tenzeen
    The app is great but its bit expensive
  • It is not free.

    1
    By cookapphys
    Title says it all you have to buy any lesson past the first 2 intro which is really a joke.
  • Nice to look at, otherwise meh

    1
    By nomubiku
    Update: Today I deleted and reinstalled Mimo and it is now working again. I have had more problems with Mimo than any other app I’ve used over the past several years. If I hadn’t already purchased a subscription a few months ago in good faith, I would just delete it and move on. I won’t be renewing. Btw, I complained to their support, also months ago, about the outdated Swift material and according to their version history they just this week put out changes to that track. It boggles my mind that Apple has recommended this app. Also, potential users should know it is common to encounter poorly formed questions and answers, as well as questions regarding material not yet covered. Yes, they release an update a month or so, however, during the time the app has been available very few updates have added to or improved the informational content of the app. It is reprehensible to me that they would charge a subscription at all, much less allow someone to pay up to $99.99 for a year’s subscription. For the vast majority of that money you are simply paying for bug fixes or other things that don’t contribute to your programming knowledge or general development knowledge or skills whatsoever. Caveat emptor. Previous review: All of the content is shallow. When I went through the Swift material it was outdated and contained discontinued syntax months after it had changed, e.g. the older C style for-loop syntax that has been deprecated for some time now. Earlier this year I had problems with the daily goal functionality working at all. It does not sync across devices very well at all. After completing several tracks the app started to take a few minutes to launch and become usable, i.e. it remained locked up and frozen. Today, before and after installing the latest update, the app is no longer usable at all, i.e. it never becomes active at all. It launches and remains frozen for several minutes and then crashes. Disappointing, to say the least.

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