Mimo: Learn to Code

Mimo: Learn to Code

Developed by Mimohello GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-08-22
  • Current Version: 3.0.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 142.09 MB
  • Developer: Mimohello GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 8,228 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Mimo: Learn to Code App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 8,228 Reviews
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Mimo: Learn to Code App Description

Join more than 2 million learners: learn to code, make apps/games/websites, automate your life, and much more – no matter how much experience and time you have! Mimo creates a personalized learning path of fun and effective exercises, projects, and challenges that fits into your daily routine and keeps you motivated. • "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 learning path along with all tracks and other content. Mimo Premium is USD 29.99 for 1 year or USD 9.99 for 1 month, 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/terms. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at support@getmimo.com.

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App Reviews

  • Use SoloLearn or Kahn Academy

    1
    By IIIlIlIllllIllIlIIIlIllllIllIlIlIlIIIIIlll
    Good: It’s visually appealing. Bad: You can only do one section before being hounded to pay... for a subscription. I’m sorry- subscription to what? The ‘free section’ consists of you choosing from multiple choice options, with no option to actually type anything into an editor. Multiple choice won’t help you when you need to remember syntax- you should/will eventually be typing this stuff over and over and over and over again. Why not actually start now? Even the content that is supposed to draw you into purchasing a subscription doesn’t really engage you enough to the point where you actually think to entertain paying for a subscription. On top of that, it’s not even well enough explained to be considered ‘beginner’ content. There are way more comprehensive resources that go into much more detail available for FREE. Kahn Academy’s free Computer Programing is getting absolutely huge. HackerRank and SoloLearn are both great free tools with huge communities you can reach out to for guidance/assistance. Even CodeCademy, which has the option for a subscription for extra content, actually lets you learn something useful without you having to pay for- let’s be honest- widely available information that just isn’t in a pretty format that is palatable to the end user/consumer. Response to Developer: No, I think I understood everything very clearly, and it looks like you just want to scam noobs out of money. Simple as that. “Oh, we’re sorry you didn’t figure out how to use our app- it’s not for you” is the typical CYA lazy dev response. Again- Kahn Acadamy, HackerRank, FreeCodeCamp- all free, WAY BETTER.
  • Stupid app worst

    1
    By shout nitish
    Worst it was too easy and could not unlock all levels for free
  • Why

    1
    By guffryh ctt
    Why should I waste money on something when I could get the same if not better results
  • Improve

    4
    By LeoMcGyver
    Pay as you learn after 4 screens
  • Great learning tool

    5
    By kyobuke
    I’ve learned programming in school and on my own, even as a refresher this app works great. I like to keep my basics sharp, feel this is good for beginners
  • Fun but

    3
    By Wicked29
    It’s really fun but it’s not free so I can’t continue my work so I have to find a new coding app sorry :(
  • A great idea, too little content, dislike new UI

    3
    By Bracey P.
    I think Mimo is an great concept - gamifying and packaging learning material in brief chapters with real examples and hands-on projects with multiple platforms. I learned a good bit of HTML and CSS, as well as JavaScript and Python. I found the courses engaging and entertaining. I love Duolingo, and Mimo is reminiscent of that app. However, there is, by far, too little content on this app to merit $49.99 a year. I am really hoping for a partial refund, guys. There are free courses online that go far more in-depth and on a lot of the same subjects. In fact, I went through the free tutorials from W3Schools - better structured and more informative overall - albeit lacking the innovative ideas behind Mimo mentioned above. Lastly, I’d like to suggest a return to the original UI of the app. The new design is very busy and almost distracting from the information. The styles used do not aid the presentation of the information and distract the user. All said, best of luck to the developers and I will wait for improvements to return to using the app.
  • The app works great.

    5
    By But liked
    I used to not be able to use the app. The developers actually read the reviews and fixed the problem I was having. The app works very well now and I’m so excited to finally use it.
  • Please be free (or drop price)

    4
    By JayVee_zero3
    This has potential to be a fantastic app for engineers or computer tech students before they get into college-level classes. App is set up for low-stress and lots of fun (unlike most college courses). Only thing that would make this the perfect app to have is to make this app free or maybe a 1-time purchase instead of a monthly subscription.
  • Money

    4
    By Drew133566907346
    Make more things free please

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