This app user-friendly and easy for beginners to use. It can help you learn programming languages like java, python C#, etc. SoloLearn runs on both Android and IOS devices. The tutorials on the app are easy to straightforward and learn. SoloLearn is free to use but offer premium features for monthly or yearly purchase based on whatever you choose.
However, SoloLearn might not be quite useful to advanced programmers as this app focuses majorly on beginners and intermediate learners.
3. Programming Hub
This app is created using research and in collaboration with Google experts and offers a perfect path to learn programming. You get to learn coding through a series of lessons and fun games. Programming Hub on both android and IOS platforms.
4. Enki App
5. Programming Hero
This app offers an interactive learning experience. It aims at teaching it’s users how to make their own game and also learning to code simultaneously. The app helps makes coding fun with no stress at all. It also offers forums where users and chat other users using the programming hero app. Programming Hero is available for Android devices only.
Download Encode on Android(4.5⭐).
However, if you already are a decent programmer and know some code, Mimo may be too basic for you.
Code Gym is a learning resource that stands out fo Java programmers because it explains in layman terms various topics of Java, that anyone can learn, practice, and master Java. All classes on this app are simple and straightforward.
One drawback is that the app doesn’t offer other coding classes except for Java.
Download Codegym on Android(4.1⭐)
10. Easy Coder
For Java learners, this is a great tool. It provides a step by step lessons, quizzes and programming challenges that help evaluate coding skills. The lessons are easy and concise with practical examples to help clarify any difficulty.