Sololearn: Learn to Code APK

Version 4.24.3 - com.sololearn
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Learn to code Python, Swift, C+, Html, SQL or JavaScript. Join the code academy!

Sololearn: Learn to Code apk

APP Information

Download Version 4.24.3 (1857)
Apk Size38.90 MB
App DeveloperSoloLearn
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.sololearn.apk
MD5972c79125551dff93741a562138257dd
Rate4.7
Website http://www.sololearn.com

Download Sololearn: Learn to Code 4.24.3 APK

App Description

Sololearn: Learn to Code is sololearn,education, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.7 by 73 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit SoloLearn website who developed it. com.sololearn.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 4.24.3 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 101874+ times on store. You can also download com.sololearn APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Sololearn teaches you to code in a fun, free, bite-sized format. You’ll find more than 20 coding languages, including Python, JavaScript, HTML, SQL and C++. Each course is designed by expert programmers and tailored to your level. Even better, there’s real-world practice that will help you to take a leap forward in your professional career!
With the largest library of coding learning content in English, Sololearn has earned many awards: 
πŸ₯‡ Best Computer Coding Education Solution β€” EdTech Breakthrough Award 2021
πŸ₯‡ App of the year 2017 for FbStart, Facebook
πŸ₯‡ Editor Choice, Google Play
πŸ—ž What the media are saying:
 - TechCrunch
 - Forbes.
 - Lifehacker
Sololearn has a community of more than 40 million coding students worldwide, ready to help you solve problems and discuss interesting concepts. The community creates new content to help you practice on a daily basis, helping new and old users alike to become better programmers.
Why is Sololearn the best choice to learn to code?
Whether you’re a beginner who wants to develop your first app in Java or Swift, or understand how databases and SQL work, or a coding professional who wants to deepen your knowledge of Python or C++, Sololearn has got you covered. Lessons take into account your progress, preferences and the most in-demand market trends, so you can learn the most valuable skills at your own pace.
Our courses break complicated concepts down into short, simple lessons that take just a few minutes each. They teach you solid technical skills, step-by-step. Test what you have learned about Python, Javascript and many more with quizzes in each lesson, and advance your skills with daily practice exercises.
 
Have questions about Python, C++ or Git? Find constant community support and real-time alerts to make learning to code as easy and fun as possible.
 
Are you good at programming in C++, PHP or Ruby? Create lessons in your area of expertise and become a community influencer with millions of followers. Improve your profile and invest in your future using what you already know.
 
Sololearn lets you code, run and share real code from your mobile without the need for complex installations or configurations.
 
You’ll earn a certificate for each course you finish, like Python or C++. Prove your new skills and share your certificate on your social networks!
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Join millions of coders anywhere, anytime and access countless coding topics and tasks. Program and run real code in Android's most popular mobile code editor, get inspired by real-world code samples, and engage in interactive conversations with the coding community along the way. 
Master algorithms and data structures, build software focused on machine learning, and learn to interpret design patterns. Create your first iOS app with Objective-C and Swift, learn to program Android apps with Java and Kotlin, or develop websites with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, React or JQuery.
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We love to receive feedback from our users. Tell us what you think by writing to us at [email protected] 
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sololearn
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/sololearn
- Use Sololearn in the browser at https://www.sololearn.com 

App ChangeLog

  • The wait is finally over β€” Leaderboard is officially here! πŸ₯³ The race is on to earn the most XP and prove you're a star coder. Have you got what it takes? 🌟
  • Happy Sololearning! πŸš€

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Muzzammil-avatar

    Muzzammil

    First of all this app doesn't have a good interface unlike Mimo, it lacks in exercises, it asks for a subscription to do an exercise or to buy it with your points. But the biggest issue I had with this is that it doesn't let me view the output of the code during lessons, like how am I gonna learn if I don't get to see what the code actually does in the terminal, it asks for a subscription for that and tbh, this app is wayy too much money focused. I'd rather stick to Mimo for the time being.

  2. Patrick Cha-avatar

    Patrick Cha

    14 day free trial is actually 4 days. Pretty shady. I wish there were more practices for each topic. You get one real coding practice per topic so nothing really sticks. You end up having to go back and review a lot of the syntax before you can finish the coding portions. It's not that I don't know how to go about doing the task, I just don't remember the syntax or function name since I only read it once or twice before the coding test. Needs more repetition to actually learn to code.

  3. Cassie Russell-avatar

    Cassie Russell

    I have been going through the selection of python and Java and loving it. Easy to use, great practice, wonderful community. If I have a question, I can just post and get help. Definitely worth it, however I reccomend using a different coding platform as the code playground constantly adding characters in an attempt to make it "easier" only slows you down by making you have to keep clicking to move your cursor and I have found no way to make it stop. I highly reccomend a toggle for this please.

  4. Jennie Harrison-avatar

    Jennie Harrison

    Terrible app. Can’t even teach Python. There's a question half way that no one can solve even though you've been taught the module before it. It's not clear exactly what you write to solve it. I'm easy to teach. I have a degree in Education. There's no feedback on what you've done. Also, I wrote the same thing several times and it kept coming up with unexpected indent and kept changing the line that it found the indent on, even though I'd only pressed the run button.

  5. Sir Pickle-avatar

    Sir Pickle

    It is really good at teaching and giving you questions and the help system is really cool because it messages an expert and they give you the advice you need. You can interact with the examples and see how they work. Everything is really good the only reason it isn't a 5 star is because sometimes to interact with examples you need premium and sometimes the tasks at the end you need to buy using points you get from learning. But the task buying hardly ever happens. Overall I love it

  6. Raphael Kling David-avatar

    Raphael Kling David

    So far it is interesting and easy to follow. HOWEVER, many of its code demonstrations are locked behind premium content walls. And the app pushes notifications, urging me to buy the premium plan both actively and passively. Annoying as hell. Hinders the whole experience severely.

  7. Simranjit Singh-avatar

    Simranjit Singh

    I just installed this after 4 years and I absolutely hate it! It looks good and polished BUT YOU CAN'T EVEN PRACTICE WHAT YOU LEARN IN LESSONS ANYMORE WITHOUT PAYING!!!! When I tried it last time you could practice the code to make learning easier and faster but now you can only do it like 3 times for feee. What's the point of making a code learning app if you can't let students learn properly? Y'all so greedy! We dnt want PRO This is so stupid I'm curious I wish I could give it a zero stars!!

  8. Eyad Elakkad-avatar

    Eyad Elakkad

    It is really good app for learning programming in many programming languages it is very simple it makes it's own community πŸ˜€ which make it easy to interact with other programmers so if you don't know any thing they will answer ,But i have a problem πŸ˜… before downloading it it didn't say that you have to pay for a pro mode ,Except that there is no problem πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘Œ

  9. Ernest Haruna-avatar

    Ernest Haruna

    Hi there, I've had to change my review to 3 stars cus the billing isn't clear enough. First you say ₦1600 monthly which equals ₦19,500 a year, then in the email you say ₦19500 for a year. Most of us are willing to pay ₦1600 monthly,. But not ₦19500 at once for a year. In the email sent to me at the end of my free trial, it was shortened to ₦19,500,. I had to cancel, cus I'm not sure if it's monthly or an annual subscription. Please make this clearer.

  10. Simiona Bobai-avatar

    Simiona Bobai

    I suggest you add video calls so that we can communicate well with other students. Overall I have enjoyed the app and really appreciate how they update the lessons to become more effective. I never thought that there would exist an app that makes code learning addictive. Best learning app ever btw.