Mimo: Learn coding in HTML, JavaScript, Python APK

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An app to help you learn coding and programming in Python, JavaScript, HTML,etc.

Mimo: Learn coding in HTML, JavaScript, Python apk

APP Information

Download Version 3.69 (1644836137)
Apk Size60.74 MB
App DeveloperMimohello GmbH
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up
App Packagecom.getmimo.apk
MD59607c663b5ac1a2ca8aee4ae2f9d4746
Rate4.91
Website https://getmimo.com

Download Mimo: Learn coding in HTML, JavaScript, Python 3.69 APK

App Description

Mimo: Learn coding in HTML, JavaScript, Python is getmimo,education,mimo, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.91 by 23 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Mimohello GmbH website who developed it. com.getmimo.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 3.69 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 21966+ times on store. You can also download com.getmimo APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Used by millions of learners, Mimo is just about the most accessible and effective way to learn to code in Python, JavaScript, HTML, SQL, CSS. Our programming lessons and practice coding exercises are suitable for everyone, even with no prior coding knowledge and experience.
🏆  Google Play's Editor's Choice


🏆  Best Self-Improvement Apps of 2018
Even if you know nothing about coding but want to level up your skills and become open to all the opportunities available to those who are fluent in computer programming languages, 
 Install Mimo and get access to free coding lessons in Python, Javascript, HTML, and more that will fit into your day. 
Mimo makes learning to code and diving into computer science as intuitive and easy as possible. Our curriculum is built by professionals and helps you learn by practicing on real-world projects in HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Python, and SQL.
With Mimo: Learn Coding and Programming app you'll be able to:
• Learn the most popular programming languages like Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and SQL
• Solve bite-size coding challenges
• Run code and build real-world projects on the go thanks to our mobile IDE
• Practice with coding challenges
• Build a portfolio of projects like websites or apps
• Get a certificate to showcase your coding skills
• Join a community of millions of coders
• Start the 
 and begin your coding journey with an in-demand and all-purpose language. Learn Python with 2,600+ bite-size exercises, 53+ Concepts, and 32+ Projects that will unlock as you keep expanding your Python skills.
• By choosing the 
, you’ll dive into building websites with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Start your Web Development journey with 13,000+ bite-size exercises, 87+ Concepts, and 62+ Projects. 
• With the 
, you'll dive into data science and learn to analyze data with SQL.
What our learners say:
• "I’m teaching myself HTML and Javascript using Mimo. I’m about 80% of my way through this path, and I have to say Mimo is brilliant.", Choralriff
• "I had to learn some basic coding...This app is ridiculously easy to use, so convenient, and seriously effective", Cati S.
• "I started coding with Mimo a few days ago, and I already am understanding how webpages and other things are developed! I would definitely recommend this to anyone wanting to learn coding.", Perseus B.
By setting aside as little as five minutes per day, you’ll go through the coding classes and learn the basics of JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Python, and SQL. Along the way, you’ll build websites and apps by writing real code and practicing by building your project portfolio.
• Mimo's interactive curriculum and bite-sized coding lessons make it possible to learn to code at your own pace: coding tutorials and challenges are there for you to discover more, whenever you have a few minutes.
• You can write real code on our mobile code editor that works like an IDE and helps you run code wherever you are, compete with Mimo's coding community, solve coding challenges, learn multiple programming languages, and do much more at your own pace!
TechCrunch and The New York Times agree that, with Mimo, everyone can learn to code:
• "This way you can work learning to code into your daily routine, whenever you have a few minutes of downtime." – 
• "The app's lessons are bite-size to make it easy to squeeze coding into your busy day." – 
We will be happy to guide you along your personalized coding journey if you join millions of coders who are already learning programming and data science with Mimo's courses. 

App ChangeLog

  • No compiler errors here! We've worked on improving and developing new features to help you have the smoothest learning journey possible. Happy coding!

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  1. Kelly Prescott-avatar

    Kelly Prescott

    I really like using this app. Its fun and easy to use and i really enjoy the small projects that come with the different parts of it. The only thing stopping a higher star review is that my friend on an apple phone has to deal with lives that take ages to regen. Its upsetting to me because they want the infinite lives that i have, but i also want a challenge. The lack of lives just gives me the opportunity to rush through and learn everything while my friend struggles to complete one lesson

  2. Elin Kile-avatar

    Elin Kile

    I really find this app useful as a complimentary source when learning python, SQL, Html5, CSS and JavaScript. You will however need to use other learning materials to really learn how to use the languages in practice. Now I use it mostly as a dictionary when I need to check things, as I find it easy to locate the thing I'm looking for in the overview of the languages.

  3. Frank4000-avatar

    Frank4000

    This is a really good app, even the free version is good. The lessons are easy to understand, can be learned in small "bite sized chunks" so I don't have to sit down for an hour just to finish a lesson, which I appreciate a lot. Combined with some additional learning sites like w3schools and FreeCodeCamp, just to name a few, learning how to make webpages has never been easier (I do study IT though, so if you're not serious about it, learning with only mimo is fine). No annoying ads, I recommend.

  4. Dương Quang Huy-avatar

    Dương Quang Huy

    Still lots of bugs. Like, I use Samsung Tab S7, bluetooth keyboard and mouse, whenever I click to a box to type in, I have to click it several times to make it clickable. Or, I completed Python/Practice level 9 again and again already, yet it doesn't recognize me as completed, still 8/9. So far, the lessons are quite intuitive; however, since the bugs are still problematic, I can only rate Mimo 3-star.

  5. The Digit-avatar

    The Digit

    Honestly I couldn't be more grateful to find this app and to learn in here rather than any other programming course. The instructions are clear, the learning curve is amazing and the interface is delicious. I left the app a while ago because of some updates but I came here in hopes of relearning what I forgot and it's incredible to know that it's all better than ever. Thank you so mucho, from a sincere middle school student that learned JavaScript from this app.

  6. Bria Sativa Aguayo-avatar

    Bria Sativa Aguayo

    If you've used Duolingo you've seen the basic setup. Just with coding. It's set up like a game. If you want an easy way to get started learning code this is great. I've also been using freeCodeCamp and the two seem to work well together. This explains some things that fCC doesn't and vice versa. The basic lessons still work without paying but it's not as comprehensive. It's around $10 a month with the practices and quizzes. Well made app.

  7. The Reaper-avatar

    The Reaper

    It is really, REALLY easy to learn and understand programming with this app.No ads as well. Well made, no spelling mistakes, leaderboard to compete with others, you can add friends, creat your own programs in the playground, streak freezes and many more. There is also an OPTIONAL subscription, which unlocks even more content. 10/10 the best app to learn programming

  8. Meagan Wessel-avatar

    Meagan Wessel

    I really like this app, it's easy to use and they break everything down so it's step-by-step learning. Ads are also only once you complete a chapter and NONE of them are annoying videos you can't skip. As someone with no prior knowledge before this app, I can say now I feel confident to learn more intermediate skills because this gave me a good, basic background.

  9. Samuel Theosmy-avatar

    Samuel Theosmy

    I love this app. Very intuitive and easy to use. I love how when learning a new concept that you would code that concept repetitively in different simple yet effective ways so that you can memorize it. My only complaint with this app is it doesn't have a dark mode for its interface. Sometimes when in bed, I would love to keep learning without disturbing my wife with that bright white interface. But overall, it's an amazing app.

  10. Jennie Harrison-avatar

    Jennie Harrison

    To be fair, this is a brilliant app for learning how to code. It's fairly simple and you get to practice in the app before doing the tests. You can even save code that you've created yourself during the learning process. The only negative thing about the app is that it has a leader table in it, which encourages people to learn quickly. You don't necessarily learn things properly when you do them quickly. It does, however, have a feature which enables you to learn from your mistakes.