Grasshopper: Learn to Code for Free APK

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Grasshopper: Learn to Code for Free apk

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Grasshopper: Learn to Code for Free is area120,grasshopper,education, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.5 by 12 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Area 120 website who developed it. com.area120.grasshopper.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2.46.0 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 12763+ times on store. You can also download com.area120.grasshopper APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Common Sense Education included us in Best EdTech of 2018!

Welcome to Grasshopper, the coding app for beginners.

Grasshopper is the best way to start your coding adventure with fun, quick games on your phone that teach you to write real JavaScript. Move through progressively challenging levels as you develop your abilities, then graduate with fundamental programming skills for your next step as a coder.

* Visual puzzles develop your problem-solving skills and solidify coding concepts
* Use industry-standard JavaScript with just a few taps on your phone
* Real-time feedback guides you like a teacher
* Collect achievements as you learn new skills

Get started programming today! We can’t wait to meet you.

App ChangeLog

  • Bug fixes & stability improvements

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Hugo Coetzee-avatar

    Hugo Coetzee


    I was curious about coding for some time. I wanted to have a closer look at it. Then I found this application! I have found it wonderful! Many reasons: great fun - like you are learning with out knowing, it allows you to try again and again and for me the most important thing! It reminds me daily to practice. Thank you to the team / person who is doing this.

  2. Sman-avatar



    pc It does a VERY bad job at teaching newcomers. For example, when you learning a new concept, like a new function, you hardly get any hands on experience at all. Most of the "puzzles" it has just consist of you changing a value, like "change y to x." Here's another example with when you learn the .push() method. The app tells you "Okay the .push() method is used to add something at the end of the array", but then you do the puzzles, and the puzzles have NOTHING to do with what you just learned.

  3. Nikola Dedović-avatar

    Nikola Dedović


    apk Extremely exiting app. I see some users can't adapt to very original, never seen before intellisense. Upon finishing 'animations II', there's continuation with 'practice' part with recapitulation of everything learned. If you're constrained of using desktop and 'fcc' (on your regular job maybe), this app recommended by Quincy Larson in one of his posts comes handy. JS is language with lowest entry point for market for no - CS degree backed people. Anyway, programing techniques are the essence.

  4. Underhill精神-avatar



    download It's a well-made app except for you spend more time trying to figure out what they're asking you to do then actually learning coding. The questions are phrased far too vague or too simple. Sometimes you're just doing what you're told and you don't learn anything and sometimes it's just confusing what they're asking you to do, especially because they add hidden coding to exercises without explaining it. I like the review concepts section and the layout though.

  5. Dahlila-avatar



    apk download This has great potential but it desperately needs an editor! The explanations, though basic, didn't match up well. I kept asking, Where? Here? No, there. It's fairly easy to decipher at this beginner level, but won't build a strong foundation as it gets more complicated. Let me know when it's out of beta. I'd love to learn.

  6. Joseph Zwickl-avatar

    Joseph Zwickl


    for windows Not for beginners. It just throws you in and does a terrible job of explaining what and why it is having you do. And the "puzzles" just give you a few lines of code and it tells you to change the word blue to orange and then it congratulates you and gives you a short explaination bit then does not let you go back and review what you just did to try to make some sense out of it. It needs more depth. Maybe it is good for people already taking coding classes but not for total beginner

  7. Laura Panchbhaya-avatar

    Laura Panchbhaya


    It is a great app. The only thing I'd recommend for improvement of the quizzes is to make it possible to unhide the hidden code. Sometimes I want to look at the sample solution and try to figure it out myself instead of just following the instructions. Just so I really understand what I am doing. But it is hard when you cannot see what the different functions include. Otherwise I love it all.

  8. Ashvini Heerekar-avatar

    Ashvini Heerekar


    Topics selected & sequence of lessons is very good. Instructions to solve a problem are pathetic. They have been glued together for the sake of doing it. The main focus from learning the topic under consideration is lost in this process. Will make students very discouraged to go on with more lessons. Have tried multiple times to keep using the app, I don't want to use this anymore.

  9. Anony Mouse-avatar

    Anony Mouse


    As someone who has been learning to code for some time. I have to say, no other option I've tried has managed to simply it this much. Though it's a very good app for a beginner to get the basics and be comfortable with syntax. I'd recommend that it only be used in collaboration with other sources. Over all great, easy to use and fun app for learning to code.

  10. Dan P.-avatar

    Dan P.


    Thought it was great at first, but later on the course keeps importing code you don't actually see - so there's no way of actually grasping what is happening. Also the so called puzzles are not really puzzles. They tell you to add "line x of code", so you basically just follow instructions without having to find out stuff yourself. Lastly, you can't write the code yourself, you have to click their prewritten lines of code - no learning effect at all.

  11. Tatiana Viana-avatar

    Tatiana Viana


    The idea is wonderful but there's room for improvement. The app is easy and fun to navigate. I love the Grasshopper icon. The concept of the app is great and the feeling of accomplishment is awesome. However, after awhile you feel like you're just following directions rather than learning. I understand the idea behind following steps and keeping things simple, but at some point w need to have assignments without guidance since the concept was given prior the exercise. Constructive criticism

  12. Ivan Overmoyer-avatar

    Ivan Overmoyer


    Seems like an effective teaching tool, though it is a little restrictive sometimes (as far as letting you play with your code to see how things work). The interface with the phone keyboard is a little clumsy, but given that the phone keyboard was not designed for this kind of stuff at all, it makes the best of the situation. I've gotten farther in Grasshopper than I have with any other "learn to code" program, and that's no small feat.

  13. Games Edition-avatar

    Games Edition


    I honestly thought that this was gonna be a pay to learn type of game, but it's not! Pay who? Never heard of her. The lessons are great and you can even customize your little grasshopper, though not much. You can level up, do lessons, practice, and do a coding sandbox. I honestly am super glad I found this. This cut off plenty of years of school so I can do something else. 8/10

  14. John O'Toole-avatar

    John O'Toole


    This app is really quite cute and quite good fun. I am a novice programmer and am unlikely to ever write an application. However i would have no hesitstion recommending this app to any English Speaker who wanted to get practice with learning some programming skills in an entertaining and some-what gamified way. It could be more gamified but i think this level is good for old-teens, young adults or even adults who do not feel like chasing balls using code or other gimmicks.

  15. JF Royston-avatar

    JF Royston


    This is Amazing!! Best way to learn coding as a beginner. Google provides the best code teacher in the world for beginners. I tried Free Code Camp but was not satisfied. You can review everything you have learned and it gives alternative tasks in you find hard to solve a code. Totally it is Amazing and cannot believe that this is free.

  16. Nabeel Mukhtar-avatar

    Nabeel Mukhtar


    App is good, but the problem is, it shouls provide the option to code ourselves. It's like there are multiple choice questions and you just insert the hinted answer, that doesn't make you learn coding. When you change the variables and parameters by yourself, even though the code is right, it gives an error as it isn't an actual compiler which can understand code. Overall, good app for beginners.

  17. MRW Haulage-avatar

    MRW Haulage


    A nice light and simple instructional aid that is impossible to complete due to being unable to enter the required characters. This may be a phone issue n and a tablet or eternal keyboard may make a difference, but when relying on the pop-up touch screen keyboard, the app will not allow completion. Shame, as this could be a useful tool in getting youngsters (and oldies like me) interested in a modern programming language.

  18. The Unpredictable Mike-avatar

    The Unpredictable Mike


    I'm about halfway through the fundamentals, and I'm loving it. The way it teaches code is so simple, but challenging enough to grant satisfaction for completing a skill. Also, I haven't seen any ads so far! Thank you for making this.

  19. Knottybuds-avatar



    As a youngin I never truly understood how computers actually work, and now that I'm getting older, (early 20's) and moved from Mac to Windows, I'm finding a lot more interest in the backbone of computers. This is an awesome app and I'm glad I found it! Thanks for not asking over and over for me to pay as well, but its worth a buck or 2!

  20. Mahima-avatar



    Love this app! Totally recommend to anyone who has no experience in coding as it is easy to understand and makes it really fun to do coding! Only downside to this app is that you use functions already listed and fill them out rather than typing all of the functions down. I still love this app though and that is only a minor detail that doesn't affect it that much. I feel like an actual programmer since you actually use functions instead of dragging blocks and connecting them together.

  21. H L B-avatar

    H L B


    A very cute, entertaining, and very educational app. I've been using the app for 2 days and have learned some basic programming skills for JavaScript. The lessons, so far, are easy to understand and do. This app would be great for kids who want to start coding and get a great head start in their primary academic years 😃! I am not a programmer, by the way. The graphics and animations are cool.

  22. Melody Spring-avatar

    Melody Spring


    I want to give this app a higher rating but I got stuck at the first problem and couldn't figure it out in order to move on. I wish there was a button I could press to give me clues when I don't know what to do. Every time I press it, it should provide a new clue. I know nothing about coding so I can't get the answers on my own at this stage. Also, I wish I could see a demo first on how to solve a similar problem, perhaps instead of a French flag, it can be a different flag. Examples help a lot.

  23. Devon Shimizu-avatar

    Devon Shimizu


    I like the app, but I can't change test answers when I get them wrong, it's upsetting. I would think the long term use of keeping a test is to have another example of a correct answer. An answer being permanently wrong attached to your account is detrimental to the learning process (a real life test would have the correct answer shown after the grading. For another, it's anxiety inducing to have permanent marks because the major benefit of a free online course w/o no teacher is no pressure/GPA

  24. Alicia m-avatar

    Alicia m


    For complete beginners. Many hints & explanations; very easy. JavaScript without typing: select what you want to code from box of functions app has taught. Can't write better code using loops in topic one: no loop in the box to select. No way to skip things you already know. I'd rather code on a computer in a programming environment like Eclipse; its hard to click the exact spot you want to modify the code on a touchscreen. Longer code becomes unwieldy on the small screen. Not fun; too easy.

  25. Taylor Spencer-avatar

    Taylor Spencer


    Have only been using for a few days. I find it fun and I was excited to learn more about coding. But I don't feel like in really learning and understanding it. It's vague on explaining and tells you exactly how to correct the coding, which doesn't help you understand what you're doing. I plan to keep trying it out and see how it goes, but there is definitely room for improvement so far.

  26. Mike Fam-avatar

    Mike Fam


    Love the app, but I do notice a bug. When it asks quiz questions every now and then, it seems pressing in the correct answer never yields a response. So I then press a wrong answer and it recognizes it, says I'm wrong and then says the correct answer was the one I was trying to press from the start. It is a bit frustrating.

  27. Vinod-avatar



    Initially ok but then it gets very complicated. not all the concepts are explained in a simple way so that people from non programming background can understand which is the whole point of the app. A lot of the code is unnecessarily imported. App needs to be simplified by a lot. Thethe subsequence part of the training is very complicated and needs much much much simplified explanation. The app requires to learn from other competitors like sololearn, programming Hero, programming hub etc.

  28. Antony Wangila-avatar

    Antony Wangila


    Quite easy to follow. I am a beginner but looks like at this rate I can become a pro very fast. I look forward to gaining coding skills and hopefully explore greater things as it pertain to mechanical engineering. I have always dreamt of being a software developer asides being a mechanical engineer. With automation and the rate at which technology is changing, coding skills are proving to be essential. With grasshopper I am now confident that I am going to achieve this.

  29. Joshua Romer-avatar

    Joshua Romer


    As I progress, I am somewhat learning how to code. However, this app (as I would expect) likes to hold your hand every step of the way, and it seems too easy. I would like more testing, to have us try to code something without instructions, to see how well we're actually learning.

  30. Adam Bastin-avatar

    Adam Bastin


    This app needs to keep going!!! I am trying to learn Java script and this is a great introduction. Keep up with this. One day have a glossary and an index. This is great though. So glad I stumbled, or I guess hopped on this!

  31. Roge J-avatar

    Roge J


    Love this app! I've learnt so much in just a short time. It's interactive and definitely beginner friendly. It's also free, availability offline and no glitches so far. Would definitely recommend it. Thank you developers.

  32. Intiaz Mahmud-avatar

    Intiaz Mahmud


    Really, the easiest and most convenient way to learn coding basics. The idea of the app is superb and it doesn’t bug you with tons of annoying advertisements. A big thumbs up to people behind.

  33. Origin X-avatar

    Origin X


    The app is good to code. Here, the coding is taught in a systematic way and it's very easy to learn . The method of teaching is nice. But, more graphics and puzzles can give a turbo boost to this app. Thank you.

  34. Ibrahim Abdelbaky-avatar

    Ibrahim Abdelbaky


    This app is extremely helpful. I like how easy it makes coding is. I just wish if there's a way to communicate with a person who is able to guide me through the process of learning. It is frustrating sometimes when I know the solution then I draw it correctly but it doesn't read my solution as I did. I'm not sure how to fix that.

  35. red red-avatar

    red red


    Wow. Great app. I forgot how much fun programming puzzles are to solve. I went to school for comp sci in the early 2000s learning mostly java script. I recieved a 70% average. My professors told me that I would never be good enough to apply for jobs in this field. So discouraged I went for a job as an end user. This app is so much better than how they delivered any university courses and so much more comprehensive. It has brought joy back to my life. Thank you for creating this App.

  36. Lydia Riggs-avatar

    Lydia Riggs


    I wish I could type out the code instead of having to rely on the buttons. Partially because I feel like typing it out would help me cement the knowledge in better, but also because for whatever reason, the bottom left option is never clickable, even when the tutorial is telling you to click that option.

  37. Kirti Nandan-avatar

    Kirti Nandan


    I am loving this app. There's so much to learn. There are puzzles in between the lessons to help understand the concept better. I love spending 10 minutes every day to learn something new in a fun way. I had learned Java programming in school but learning this way is much more fun.

  38. Fabusiwa Oluwasina-avatar

    Fabusiwa Oluwasina


    GrassShopper is wonderful mobile app for JavaScript learner. Its an interactive app where you have problem to solve and you also have solution in case you get it wrong. It Step by step approach taking it from the simple work like drawBox to a more advanced JavaScript makes it suitable for gradual learner. I really enjoy working with it

  39. Christopher Harper-avatar

    Christopher Harper


    While it might look a bit too 'elementary' at the beginning, this is to explain the concepts in the simplest terms. That being said, I feel the app does too much of the work for the user, robbing them of the chance to better cement the ideas being taught by implementing them on their own terms.

  40. Micah Funk-avatar

    Micah Funk


    I've learned more from this app than any other I have used. Why not a perfect 5 star review? I see this is an app that is centered on a person being busy and still wanting to learn, but what would make this app much better is to have many additional optional practice problems that a person could do just to help with remembering the newly learned skill. Repetition greatly helps with remembering, but make it optional because of all the skill levels of people on these courses.

  41. Doomed Nirvana-avatar

    Doomed Nirvana


    As you reach the end of First Fundamentals, it gets complicated. you don't understand what's happening as a lot of code is already written and instructions tell you to just add or replace a line of code with the given line of code. The concept never gets cleared.

  42. Mat Johnny-avatar

    Mat Johnny


    Dis app is offline making it damn very gud at least for start, very comfortable and guided, detailed extensively propelling one self to push further to gain ground knowledge of coding using dis app is a very interesting and fun giving am sure a bit upgrade could do alot more

  43. Angela-avatar



    So far so good. Since in lockdown and exhausted the many projects, I have decided to learn a new craft. I have always been curious about coding but thought it would be way out of my league. Grasshopper breaks it down to simple concepts making it easier for the brain to compute it, well mine anyway. I am excited to continue with the apps program and see how far it can take me. Kudos and thank you for the opportunity.

  44. Kosam Chandpuri-avatar

    Kosam Chandpuri


    As for the beginners this app is quite straight forward and has a cool animation to work with. People will enjoy and it will definitely be helpful for the programmers to start with.

  45. Joseph Lamartine-avatar

    Joseph Lamartine


    Best app to start in programming, you can rewind and practice the topics. As an intermediate english speaker, is very easy to understand and is really fun to learn with Grasshopper! Thanks to the devs!

  46. Elastics Feldspar-avatar

    Elastics Feldspar


    So far, so good. I had a little trouble at first because I wasn't answering questions in the right format. Once I started clicking on answers rather than trying to use my phone's keyboard, it got easier. I'm enjoying learning a new skill. The lessons are bite sized. I hope there's some review coming up because I'm learning a lot of new words and concepts.

  47. Mia-avatar



    Such a well made, streamlined app and incredibly easy to understand. A beautiful design and fun lessons make it so simple to understand how to code in JS. Ive never enjoyed an introductory coding app like this. Thank you for the effort you've all put into developing this!

  48. Rogerio Alves-avatar

    Rogerio Alves


    It's really good, easy to understand, could have more practicing using the same problem so lessons would be more clear to students to get the point and it could have a Portuguese version

  49. NEXOOX Elmi-avatar

    NEXOOX Elmi


    I love this app it is so good for beginners like me for coding i love it it is easy step by step tutorial i have to say this is the best app out there for learning to code thanks for all the ones who came up with this app idea!

  50. Ricky Edwards-avatar

    Ricky Edwards


    This app is very awesome!! I have been taking a course on coding with HTML and now I'm starting with JavaScript through grasshopper. I knew nothing of coding and now I feel as if I could at least communicate with the computer that I'm building a webpage. Yes, $uccess!

  51. OH YEA STUDIOZ-avatar



    I think this is a great app. It explains everything well. My only complaint is that it doesn't teach for and for of loops to well. Other than that it is a great app.

  52. Dipesh Aier-avatar

    Dipesh Aier


    There are simple tasks & kinda puzzles are given. but they are not mentioning why. the concept is not clear for beginners . the tasks can solve anyone but that's not enough.

  53. Felix Chidokwe-avatar

    Felix Chidokwe


    The Best coding App for Learners so far. It can reveal to you things you never have heard about coding. The explanation, experiment are awesome. Is easy, it teaches with the most popular and powerful code which is java. I recommend this for you guys. You will enjoy it.

  54. Sunday Godwin-avatar

    Sunday Godwin


    I learnt a lot about coding with this app. The library info are great. The support system is woderful. I fell in love with coding because of this app. Great work and keep it up.

  55. Steven DeClercq-avatar

    Steven DeClercq


    Started from beginner level. Easy to comprehend each topic, and easy to insert code using smartphone. Doesn't spend too much time making you practice the same thing over and over again. Going to to continue learning new topics

  56. Godha Krishna-avatar

    Godha Krishna


    It was a great ease of using this very much impressed in the way of learning with this would be a more better experience if java software is also included for practising our own programming codes.

  57. Andre Butlet-avatar

    Andre Butlet


    I think it would also be cool to have a class competition feature to see who would finish a desired program or task so it would spark more fun to the kids. Awesome app!!

  58. Malforacic 105-avatar

    Malforacic 105


    This app is really helpful, but I only gave 2 stars because the "string cartography" lesson doesn't work, I have the code perfect but it doesn't work, fix this and I'll give five stars

  59. Sayantan Behera-avatar

    Sayantan Behera


    This app really helps me a lot in coding. Before that, I always wanted to code but was never able to find a simple way or source to learn from. But, this app is so easy and simplified that anybody can learn and experience coding.

  60. Brian Johnson-avatar

    Brian Johnson


    Keeps restoring it's notifications on my phone a star off. It's not very good at explaining how coding works it's just memerization and repetition and a hope it works. I did coding in the early ninties and this is leagues ahead of my skills so it's back burnered until can spends a few weeks bringing skill up to it.




    As I'm a learner, my expectations is to study more languages such as C++,python,etc.therefore it will be great if u add more learning concepts of those languages. Also,the user interface is beyond my expectations.I recommend the app for program beginners. Thank you, Regards: varun v nair.

  62. yo yo Ajit jena-avatar

    yo yo Ajit jena


    Wow , this free learning app makes me more attractive towards programming , especially JAVASCRIPT . I found it very helpful to the early blossoms , so that they can show their capability and become a developer . I am a student of class 12 (presently) and I found javascript easy . If google can approach some more free programming language course apps , it will be very helpful to every aspirants .

  63. Harry Potter-avatar

    Harry Potter


    Excellent and easy for beginners. All the exercises are easy to moderate and hints and answers are very helpful. Thanks for this app.

  64. Aaron Thomas-avatar

    Aaron Thomas


    I absolutely love this app!!!! I've always been afraid of coding and I realized I needed some one like Google to come up with something so we'll thought out! Thanks!

  65. Stacey Gore-avatar

    Stacey Gore


    Great app. Super easy to use and to learn. It doesn't have the "buy pro to unlock all these essential skills you need to know" like alot of other coding apps out there. It's super straightforward and fun to use. Great product.

  66. Kate Bean-avatar

    Kate Bean


    The reason I'm giving this a 4 star is because it's easy to use and navigate but some of the code buttons won't work so I'm left unable to finish the lesson/practice and move on. Please fix this soon.

  67. Julie Bittner-avatar

    Julie Bittner


    This app is pretty cool and I feel that it's great for young ppl all the way to the oldest "old-schoolers" that have an interest in learning to code. I know it seems kinda scary and most ppl think it's totally for nerds who have high IQs but rest assured it's not hard to get the hang of it. This is set up to give you bite size chunks and then you can set it to remind you to practice or move on to the next level of the game. Fun and easy.

  68. Obiunu Efemena-avatar

    Obiunu Efemena


    Quite an interesting app... It's making programming fun for me. I've actually been looking for a way to learn programming in an easy way for a long time... This happens to be the right app for such.

  69. dahammer13-avatar



    Great app. I've been meaning to learn for a while now, I just haven't had the time. It has a great casual approach making it very convenient. I hope anyone who's curious about coding give this app a try, it's certainly worth your time.

  70. Jyoti Bansode-avatar

    Jyoti Bansode


    Grasshopper is the best way to start your coding adventure with fun, quick games on your phone that teach you to write real JavaScript. Move through progressively challenging levels as you develop your abilities, then graduate with fundamental programming skills for your next step as a coder. * Visual puzzles develop your problem-solving skills and solidify coding concepts * Use industry-standard JavaScript with just a few taps on your phone * Real-time feedback guides you like a teacher .

  71. Will Hignite-avatar

    Will Hignite


    Great, simple way to learn to code for beginners, intermediate, or advanced learners or can teach a different language or new codes! Wonderful for fun learning!

  72. suraj singh-avatar

    suraj singh


    Good for students those just starting... But it will be far better if more languages will be added and let user decide which level he wants to learn.. And increased complexity level for advance programming practice

  73. Haddiru Muhammad-avatar

    Haddiru Muhammad


    I enjoyed it. It's a good way of, primarily, learning coding. I really like it. It jumps some basic levels, though.

  74. Joe M-avatar

    Joe M


    This may be appropriate for a child, but most adults would get frustrated it moves so slow. I was looking forward to something more advanced and there is no way I'm paying money to get further disappointed in order to unlock more advanced content.

  75. Linme Strydom-avatar

    Linme Strydom


    This is definitely the best way to learn Javascript coding. Scaffolding from the basics (super easy) to higher. I would undoubtedly recommend this app. It's also great for beginners!

  76. Liam Stritt-avatar

    Liam Stritt


    Pretty great! Wish it were more focused on coding from scratch rather than using base code and editing it, however that does make the app more game-like and gives it broader appeal so I understand the decision.

  77. Fernando Scelzo-avatar

    Fernando Scelzo


    My score and progress is stuck and no matter how much I progress, it goes back to the stuck point. I can only advance in the web version

  78. Donna Montoya-avatar

    Donna Montoya


    I enjoy learning how to code its really easy and fun . It feels more like a game but i am learning so much and having lots of fun doing it . My son is 9 years old and he enjoys it to and understands it. Nice work !

  79. The Bold One-avatar

    The Bold One


    I love your this. Easy, interactive and most importantly, fun. I thought I would be stuck but no, this app you made is as good or even better than gold

  80. Umar Altaf-avatar

    Umar Altaf


    I love this educational app. Quite intrusting. Trying to explain in amazing way. It's so easy that kids can learn in a best I love this app very much.

  81. Brigitte Demba-avatar

    Brigitte Demba


    This Grasshopper never tires, even when I'm lazy and forget a few lessons 🙈 The polite and funny notifications always get me back on track 🤗 Excellent app! I learn something new everyday and it's free!! Super easy to grasp with bite sized pieces of knowledge. I honestly ❤ it! Deserves 10 stars!!!! Google once again, you have outdone yourselves 👏🏾👏🏾

  82. Richard Drozda-avatar

    Richard Drozda


    This is a fantastic app, it teaches you the basics of coding through explanation AND partial pattern matching with a very visual experience so you learn and get an intuitive feel for how the language works.

  83. CJ Brenner-avatar

    CJ Brenner


    This is an excellent tool for anyone interested in coding. While aimed at people who are entirely new to coding, it is very fun for people who have experience to keep yourself fresh and your mind active.

  84. Mr Indian-avatar

    Mr Indian


    Well I started off by just knowing few basics taught in high school. I wasn't sure if I would be able to understand anything. But I have to say that developers has taken care of everything and made it really very accessible for anyone to learn through it. Great work.

  85. Roderick Grier-avatar

    Roderick Grier


    Excellent interactive experience. Learn how to code the fun way. So easy to learn, you might not be aware you are!

  86. Amy Howard-avatar

    Amy Howard


    This app provides code experience in simple, small doses. Cute little reminder to practice. Could use a better interface - some things require scrolling up and down. But I appreciate the small bite lessons.

  87. M K-avatar

    M K


    Better for beginners in javascript. But it needs to have place to practice coding ourselves.Also need any redirect to learn advanced coding after the completion of grasshopper course.

  88. Merrick Bonny-avatar

    Merrick Bonny


    It was a really cool and good experience. It teaches me about how to code in java script. I rate it full because it has no ads , it teaches me really good and the app is not at all slow.

  89. Amar Ahmed-avatar

    Amar Ahmed


    It is good for learning fast and it is easy to use but it good only for those have previous knowledge on javascript I think and it have a bugs when you try to submit you code solve these bug

  90. Kines Innovation-avatar

    Kines Innovation


    So far I'm at the beginning learning java. I gotta so they made it really easy to use and learn for someone with virtually no coding experience (me). Its really informative like basic but very thorough.

  91. Tredd Morris-avatar

    Tredd Morris


    As an educator always looking for new and differe6ideas to present, this is very helpful with the basic understanding and it is interactive....bonus

  92. Ayush Shaw-avatar

    Ayush Shaw


    It's awesome for kids. The approach is totally like a game. Best for kids to give 'em a push towards coding. Even us grownups can have a kick or two by using this cute app.

  93. Chris Arias-avatar

    Chris Arias


    Very good app, I would love to see more in depth advanced front end or web development paths. Perhaps Node, ReactJS. Thank you guys!

  94. Gabriel Menendez-avatar

    Gabriel Menendez


    It is one of the best coding learning app in my expeirnece. The best thing about it is that it's free! It is simple and fun to learn new things. I highly recomend it and I promise you won't regret it. :)

  95. Michael Muriungi-avatar

    Michael Muriungi


    I have always wanted to learn JavaScript, tried many apps before only to drop midway. That's not the case with Grasshopper. I bet am completing this course, its awesome, I love their structure and the tutorial is out of this world.

  96. Siphesihle Mtugwa-avatar

    Siphesihle Mtugwa


    By far the best app to learn programming. Breaks down everything for you and makes it simple and enjoyable!!!

  97. Pradip Murmu-avatar

    Pradip Murmu


    It's decorated like every learner can learn it from a to z. And level is increased step by step. I think It is very useful to all.

  98. Chaitanya Sonekar-avatar

    Chaitanya Sonekar


    Very nice. But my suggestion is to add more languages like C++, Python,Java,HTML,CSS in this program.

  99. Gary McFall-avatar

    Gary McFall


    Completely new to coding. Never done it. This is definitely an interesting approach for a beginner and it's thorough enough in it's explanations for me to understand. Hopefully I can learn and improve with this opportunity.

  100. Patrick Webb-avatar

    Patrick Webb


    I like this app its pretty neat although some of the puzzles to help me learn the code are a bit confusing at times I still feel like I am learning it pretty well!