Tynker is the #1 Kids Coding platform! Over 60 million kids and thousands of schools use Tynker's award-winning curriculum to learn to code!
Strengthen your child’s educational foundation with step-by-step tutorials that teach kids coding in a way they enjoy. Your child will learn as they build games and apps, modify Minecraft, program drones, control micro:bit, and even explore STEM.
Whether your child loves Minecraft or drones, Tynker offers courses to teach them key programming skills.
Learn to code with Tynker!
*** Parents’ Choice Gold Award
*** Academics' Choice Award
*** Tillywig Brain Child Award
*** Selected for Everyone Can Code program by Apple
*** Editor's Choice, Children's Technology Review
*** Rated 5 stars for Engagement, Common Sense Media
*** Featured by Apple in Education, Kids, and Best New Apps
*** Rated “Best for 8-14” by USA Today
• Learn to code by playing puzzles and games
• Use block coding to create games, math art, apps, and more
• Use loops, conditional statements, functions, and subroutines to find treasure
• Learn sequencing and pattern recognition while collecting candy
• Switch between block coding and Swift
• Learn to program AR, games, and apps
• Over 200 starter tutorials included
PHYSICAL COMPUTING - NEW!
• Program micro:bit using Tynker Blocks
• New micro:bit course teaches you all the new blocks
• Design Minecraft skins, items, mobs, and blocks – and then launch them!
• Use coding to change mob behaviors and build instant structures
Battle your friends with code. Write code to cast fireballs, avoid incoming spells, and collect power-ups. Program your bot to win in this new arena game!
• Learn to code drones, minidrones, Sphero, Ollie, LEGO® WeDo, and more
• Program drone flight paths and stunts
LEARNING WITH BARBIE™
• Explore 6 careers with Barbie™ “You Can Be Anything”
• Use programming to animate characters, create music, and more
COMMUNITY CODING EDUCATION
• Learn coding with our library of courses and activities
• Search millions of community-generated coding projects
• Tynker works in conjunction with Apple’s Schoolwork app
CODE AT SCHOOL
• Teach with the app that’s used in 90,000+ schools
• Lesson plans, classroom management, automatic assessment, and more
• Add coding to any subject with STEM coding courses
• Great for the Hour of Code!
Tynker’s coding games teach kids important lessons and skills. Program drones, Minecraft mods, games, and more with Tynker – download now!
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What is Tynker?
Computer programming is a 21st century skill that kids can start learning at any age. While coding with Tynker, kids apply critical thinking, pattern recognition, focus, problem solving, debugging, resilience, sequencing, spatial visualization, and algorithmic thinking. The Tynker visual language makes it easy for them to learn and apply concepts like conditional logic, repetition, variables, and functions – the same coding concepts as any mainstream programming language.
- Bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Well, I make lots of projects, but I switched to Scratch because the community makes lots of bad, bad projects. I searched up 2048 and the Tynker community makes very bad looking tiles that just moves to where your finger is. When I look up 2048 on Scratch, they actually put effort and the game is similar to the real 2048 game. The tiles move like they are supposed to, the tiles add up, etc. Another problem is that you won’t let us make the rest of the Minecraft mobs. Another problem is that in Minecraft, you won’t let us type our own commands into the system. You can’t place command blocks with the editor. Also, you have to manually create a variable to place a command block. Another problem is that anybody can report anything. If I report a featured project, IT’S GONE. You don’t even care to check. Also, I’ve made a good project that converts numbers like 420 and 69 to Roman numerals. SOMEBODY REPORTED IT FOR NO REASON. I have reported many projects because it made me a bit frustrated that people who are in 5th grade makes this stuff.
Great game, but a few additions needed
I’m loving Tynker, especially the Minecraft mods and adding. Though I suggest adding resource and mash-up packs, which could be made when making a new add-on. Resource packs could be use to group together multiple add-on(except skins) and installing them would add a texture pack containing all textures in the resource pack. It would also add a behavior pack if necessary containing all behaviors in the pack. Mash-up packs could have skins and other add-ons and when installed would save pictures for all the skins in the pack, a texture pack for all textures in the pack, and a behavior pack if necessary containing all behaviors in the pack.
I wonder why
I love this coding app, but there are things that you can add. It may result in more users. Here’s one. A suggestion is to add a function so you can grab and move around the object you drew. Just make it similar to scratches design studio. Another thing is the sound. You can’t record. I suggest adding that so we don’t have to use most of the sounds it provides. The final thing is to add contents from the laptop version. We could really use what you aren’t providing. No offense, but if you want to make it great enough that I use it daily, try adding these suggestions.
- Neuron Fuel, Inc.
- 246.1 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- Age Rating
- © Neuron Fuel, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Lost in Space $1.99
- Tynker Puzzles Bundle $2.99
- Sketch Racer $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.