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Vishnubhotla Bharadwaj
Vishnubhotla Bharadwaj

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8 Best Apps to Learn Coding

Hello friends!! How are you doing? Hope everything is fine with you. There are many apps relating to programming in the play store (I really don't know about apple phones). But in this blog, I am going to discuss my favorite apps which help me a lot and also helps you too. But before going into apps, let's have a short introduction on Why Coding?

Why Coding?

Coding powers our digital world. Every website, smartphone, computer programme, calculator, and even microwave relies on code in order to operate. This makes coders the architects and builders of the digital age.

Now, let's see the best available coding apps in the play store.



It is a community learning platform where students can learn, create, and share programming content with peers around the globe.

Programming Hero


Programming Hero is the selected coding game-based learning app for the #1 programming promoting organization, We're included in the Hour of Code. In 2019, Programming Hero won the best Tech code Startup Competition in Silicon Valley, California, USA.



With a game-like, science-backed learning experience, Mimo is just about the most fun and effective way to start coding Python, JavaScript, HTML, and more. Mimo creates your personalized learning path of bite-size experiences that fit into your daily routine and keeps you motivated.

Programming Hub


This is one of the fastest-growing mobile Edu-tec initiatives which is a one-stop solution for learning a variety of popular programming languages.

Code Hub


Code Hub is the best way to browse and learn to program through your mother tongue. Now it contains HTML and CSS where other courses are going to be added soon. And the main advantage of this is it is Multilingual.



It is the best way to learn code for beginners with fun, quick lessons. It also teaches to write real JavaScript. It is a code with a Google program.



The content in this app is divided into different topics, each containing a good handful of lessons. The simplest topics contain between 4 and 7 lessons while the more complex ones can have up to 14 or 15 lessons.

Codeacademy Go


If you're just started learning code, Codeacademy is a great way to get a sense of what coding is and how it works. It is also a great free way to see if coding might be something that speaks to you as a potential career option before jumping in with both feet.

That's all folks. Hope this blog helps you. Can connect with me on Twitter where I share more useful content like this.

Discussion (2)

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Aaron McCollum

Thanks for writing! Gonna check a few of these out. Programming Hero and Mimo sound the most interesting to me.

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Vishnubhotla Bharadwaj Author

I'm glad that it help you.