Mimo: #1 Learn to Code App

Mimo: #1 Learn to Code App

By Mimohello GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-08-22
  • Current Version: 4.36.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 180.73 MB
  • Developer: Mimohello GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.82714
From 10,547 Ratings


Learning to code can be easy and fun. Advance your career, build apps and websites, or even become a developer. With a game-like, science-backed learning experience, Mimo is the world's most effective way to pick up coding. Mimo creates your personalized learning path of bite-size exercises that fit into your daily routine and keep you motivated. You can code, too: join more than 6 million coders and get programming! • "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 Choose your experience level • Beginner (you're about to write your first lines of code) • Intermediate (you've built small programs or web sites) Get on a learning path • Learning to code • Making apps, games, and websites • and lots more! Master the most popular programming languages in the world • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript • Python • Java • Swift • C++ • SQL • PHP • and lots more! Learn at your own pace • Solve bite-size exercises • Practice with coding challenges • Build real-world projects • Get immediate feedback Does that sound like a lot? No worries! We'll help you figure out where to start and where to go. Along the way, you can keep track of your progress, collect achievements and badges, and join a community of millions of coders. To get started, download Mimo and take your time to explore the app. If you like Mimo, consider starting a free 7-day trial of or subscribing to Mimo Pro. With Mimo Pro, you can learn to code without any ads and with unlimited hearts, unlimited playgrounds, real-world projects, and other fun perks. You can code, too! Our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service 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.



  • it’s very helpful

    By esmael1
    it’s very helpful for who don’t know anything about programming thanks mimmo
  • It’s been all of 5 mins ...

    By Allie09721
    But so far so great!
  • Mad cute

    By Coñoallnamesaretaken
    Super easy for someone who knows absolutely nothing like me. OD fun honestly feels like I’m playing a game.
  • I’m impressed

    By 5t3w4rt
    The interactive settle is amazing!
  • Great app

    By lithzi
    Fascinating encouragement. Easy and at my pace :)
  • Learning

    By chrisvkelly
    Love this app
  • Easy and Fun!

    By Alcxis29
    I absolutely love this app! Mimo makes coding seem so easy and approachable. I get excited to learn more and practice what I’ve learned everyday. I have a few suggestions to improve this app even more: 1) more in-depth courses, 2) generalized practice, and 3) more freedom. I really enjoy how the learning system works on Mimo; however, I wish the courses had more material. For example, I’m doing the HTML and CSS course right now, but it only goes over the basics. I know there’s a lot more to learn, and I hope that the developers will be able to add much more to these courses (and the others as well)! Perhaps one day the courses will be full length, from the basics to the utmost advanced skills. Additionally, I wish that there was a structured, quick way to practice all of the skills I’ve learned so far. The Duolingo app implements something similar to this, where there’s a little bit from each skill combined into one session. I would like to see something similar to this in Mimo, as I believe that it would really help solidify the skills I have learned. The projects and playgrounds are a good start, though! The final improvement I would make to Mimo is allowing the user more freedom as they progress through the skill. As it stands, there isn’t much actually typing out the code yourself. A lot of it is assembling preset blocks to form the code. While this is helpful when you’re first learning a skill, I think that as you improve, there should be more instances in which the user has to type it themselves. This would help solidify the different skills. Additionally, I think that when the user gets something wrong, they should not be told the answer. Instead, we should be told what we did wrong and perhaps a hint. I think figuring out how to fix our mistakes instead of being told how contributes to a really solid understanding of the material. Aside from these suggestions, I’m absolutely in love with Mimo and will continue to use it! Thank you to the developers for sparking a new interest of mine!
  • One suggestion

    By )@+3
    I will love to see a privacy setting that allows you to put who can see your profile and who can not. Then I won't have to worry about who is seeing my profile! Overall Mimo is a great app.
  • Make the description more clear less, vague

    By Ƀøħёṃöṭħ
    What exactly is the Mimo premium for 79.99 intel? Just like Mimo pro for 79.99 intel? Please be more specific so us the customers can understand. What we are purchasing, what does the Mimo Premium and Mimo Pro intel? So we the customers know what we are being charged for.
  • Great

    By Pro bro99998
    Great for basics