Mimo: Learn to Code

Mimo: Learn to Code

By Mimohello GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-08-22
  • Current Version: 2.4.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 121.22 MB
  • Developer: Mimohello GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 5,864 Ratings


Learn to code, make apps, build websites, automate tasks, and more - whenever and wherever you have a minute! With Mimo's bite-size lessons, projects, and challenges, becoming fluent in code has never been so easy. ◆ 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 master: - Programming basics - Building apps - Making games - Making websites - Automating tasks - Swift - HTML - CSS - JavaScript - Cybersecurity - SQL - Python - Ruby - PHP - Command line (Terminal) - Git - Java - C# - C++ - R Achievement badges, daily goals, and streaks Continuous extensions and updates ◆ How it works: Sign up and jump into any track or course you can find. If you want to go beyond the free content or a potential trial period, you can subscribe to Mimo Premium for unlimited access to the whole range of tracks and courses. Get Mimo today and start your programming adventure! - More on Mimo Premium: Mimo Premium is a subscription that gives you unlimited access to all courses, continuous extensions to the courses, and the additional courses we release on a regular basis. Mimo Premium is USD 49.99 for a 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.



  • Overprice, overrated

    By bhedelius
    Doing the math on the premium settings it is clearly overpriced. It advertises the C++ course to last 4.5 hours. However, doing the introductory topic took me 5 minutes and it has a total of 11 topics, so in theory I could complete a course in a 1/5 of the time advertised. I added all of the advertised content (only counting courses once if they exist within a track) and got 75.5 hours of content. When I divided it by 5 it actually take 15 hours to complete the app. $30 for 15 hours is $2 an hour. I don’t know the quality of the premium features, but the demo features were very basic and asked obvious questions that make you feel like you are learning but you won’t remember anything the next day. I’m going to consider free alternatives that are more thorough and useful.
  • Great way to get your feet more than wet in the world of programming!

    By NomadJohn
    Very intuitive, great explanations and interactive UI. I’m definitely a visual learner, and this is perfect for me!
  • Duo lingo for Programming

    By Angiewoot
    Clear lessons that break down the pieces of different aspects of coding without making you feel overwhelmed or stupid.
  • Cool concept and visually appealing

    By FB6Si
    This app starts out with a little quiz that’s mainly common sense but could be a little difficult if you’re a complete beginner. To dive deeper in the material It requires a subscription so it is not free. 2 stars for the cool concept and appealing user interface but I was not able to go further without paying so I have to give it 2 stars.
  • False Advertising

    By Grumpy Bostonian
    I don’t like that the app is advertised as “free” in the App Store but it prompts me for $50 per year after the first lesson. It looks well made but I can’t help but wonder if this is just to swindle me.

    By Spaceob8
    Why does this cost so much it’s just a coding app and I found better apps like this for free that actually want to be able to teach people and not just milk them for their money. If your going to make an app nobody can afford at least tell them up front instead of making them download the app and then telling them you need to pay which buy the way makes people delete it. I thought this was a cool app but when it wouldn’t let me use it because it costs so much money I got out of the app and deleted and downloaded another app about java script which is pretty fun.
  • Don’t advertise as free if it isn’t free

    By RDUpset
    I understand you have to make money and there are some in app purchases, but don’t advertise it as free and then demand a subscription before you can use it. It’s false advertisement. It’s advertised as free... how else would one think it to be free. Have the price upfront instead of scamming people.
  • Really good but.....

    By Hello190
    This app is super good it really talks to you in a way that it all seems so simple and I want to do more but you have to buy really expensive plan like monthly or yearly and that makes me a little upset because I want to learn how to code and much more but I simply cannot afford those plans and I bet many other people can not afford them too but overall this is best learning to code app that I have found
  • Deberían dar más contenido gratis.

    By Codetroter
    La aplicación está buena, una forma fácil de aprender y divertida. Pero lo que dan gratis no me convence para pagar la subscripción. Deberían dar un curso completo gratis para uno decidir si continúa o no.
  • Don’t get this app ( unless you wanna pay 50$ a year)

    By Negelum
    So this app is not entirely free it only give you the first lesson then you gotta subscribe and pay 4$ a month. Also all the first lesson taught me was how to make a PB&J sandwich, literally...