Mimo: Learn to Code

Mimo: Learn to Code

By Mimohello GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-08-22
  • Current Version: 3.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 174.73 MB
  • Developer: Mimohello GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 10,173 Ratings


Join more than 3 million learners: learn to code, make apps/games/websites, automate your life, and much more – no matter how much experience and time you have! Mimo creates a personalized learning path of fun and effective exercises, projects, and challenges that fits into your daily routine and keeps you motivated. • "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." – The New York Times We help you master: • Programming from scratch • Making apps • Making games • Building websites • Becoming an ethical hacker • Automating your life These skills include programming languages like: Swift, Python, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, Java, C#, C++, Ruby, Git, command line, and more. Mimo is the best and most personalized way to learn to code on a tight schedule. Along the way, keep track of your progress, collect achievements and badges, and join a community of more than 2 million learners. --- By default, about 15 minutes of any track are free to try. To continue learning in your track, you can subscribe to Mimo Premium, a subscription that gives you unlimited access to your learning path along with all tracks and other content. Mimo Premium is USD 29.99 for 1 year or USD 9.99 for 1 month, 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/terms. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at support@getmimo.com.



  • Student

    By Manzurella
    An excellent app to learn web development and other programming languages!
  • Bad

    By Bob type 900000
    Locks all behind a large pay wall really 10$ a moth when I can go online and learn it my self
  • In app purchases

    By People who do not want ADDS
    That app seems good but if you want to go any further then the first lesson you have to pay 10-30 dollars
  • Subscription isn't transferable from my iPhone to my iPad

    By Serpentine Reviewer
    Seems like a comparable app to Duolingo but for programming, which is great. For some reason, however, my subscription-which I signed up for on the app for the iPhone-isn't transferring to the iPad version. It just doesn't recognize that my account has signed up for an annual subscription when I login to the iPad version of the app. "Go Premium" is still an option, and "Restore Purchases" simply returns "You don't have an active subscription" since there doesn't appear to be any difference between the content delivered by either, this seems to me to be an oversight. It can't possibly be true that the two apps require two different subscriptions.
  • not free

    By jsushejxj
    $10 a month no thanks
  • Kind of a Letdown

    By Xorrillo
    To premise this, I love Mimo, and I absolutely want to see it evolve into something fantastic. But my issue comes down to this: From the outside, it looks like a fun app made to introduce the foundations of code. Is it entertaining? Totally. Is it easy to understand? Totally not. It’s beautifully designed, and the lessons start in the right places, but once you get deeper in, the tiny explanations start to work against you. When it tells you that you’re wrong, it does a very poor job of explaining WHY you’re wrong (or right, for that matter), which is a really kind of an important factor when you’re trying to teach— probably my biggest complaint. Lessons are mystifying from start to finish, which you really really really can’t afford when working with something as explicit as code. Given the price point for an educational app like this, I figured this kind of issue would be the last thing I would find. I don’t feel all that educated by a lot of these lessons, ultimately. But I’m gonna hold onto my subscription until it expires and keep an eye out for updates. Who knows.
  • Love it

    By mac66bcn
    Good game it techs you to program
  • Razón para comprar la membresía

    By Relax_41
    Los próximos temas que discutiran te serán de gran ayuda. El lenguaje es en ingles pero no es problema si no sabes el idioma ya que hay ejemplos graficos.
  • Stupid why do I have to pay for next level dad wants me to not go premium

    By xbjxjxhsm
    Stupid why do I have to pay for next level dad wants me to not go premium pls don’t do this
  • A Good Place to Start

    By Staci G.
    Having a little background in coding from way back, I found this app to be informative, easy to follow, and one that allows me to feel like I’m learning what I need to know at my own pace.