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 just about the most effective way to start 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
• 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!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No compiler errors here! We've worked on improving and developing new features to help you have the smoothest learning journey possible. Happy coding!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Fabulous learning resource
As someone who has decided to begin the long process of changing career, I wanted to supplement my learning with as many resources as possible. Mimo is great for beginners and pro is extremely good value.
I especially enjoy the Duolingo vibe and the bite sized lessons. I find that Mimo explains things in greater detail than other resources and doesn’t skip huge chunks of information.
My only suggestion for improvement would be being able to choose theoretical or practical lessons. Sometimes I’m tired and just want to do some reading and answer questions, sometimes I want a challenge and want to practice coding. At the moment I have no idea how intense the lesson is going to be which sometimes leads to me quitting because it’s not suitable for my current mood.
Good for Learning the Basics, BUT
I downloaded the app wanting to improve my programming on Python (I’m a CS student), but I can’t access it unless I buy the membership. That’s when I realised that every single feature apart from the “learning basics” feature was completely locked and is unaccessible unless you spend money.
That’s fair enough though, almost all education apps do this. I don’t expect this one to be the white horse among all of them.
They allow you to put a schedule for yourself and make you set a time so you get notifications at the given time and learn coding each day for however long you prefer.
Overall, it’s a good app for beginners, but don’t download if you already know most of the basics and want to expand your skills on your current programming language rather than learn new types of coding.
Surprisingly buggy not very intuitive
I signed up at Pro level and I’m slightly disappointed.
I was looking for a good overview of programming to teach me the core concepts and this seemed like a good option. It does have good content that’s aimed at beginners (though I think a slightly younger core audience than me) but I don’t find that anything really ‘sticks’.
Most of the lessons are multiple choice or just say things like “type this on this line” gives you a tick and you move on, there’s not much on how and why things need to work in that way. As a result I breeze through and have little idea about what I’ve ‘learnt’.
Also for an app that’s about programming I’ve had more technical problems than I’ve had with almost any app ever. It started with the app refusing to recognise that I was signed up at Pro level. Then I had issues where I would finish a lesson and the app wouldn’t unlock the next lesson, I flagged the issue multiple times and contacted customer service but it took them weeks to come back to me, eventually I figured it out myself but installing and reinstalling the app, but I had plenty of lost time where I wasn’t able to learn anything. Since then I’ve had to uninstall and reinstall the app several times over just to get it to work correctly, which doesn’t seem right given I’ve paid for a pricey course.
- Mimohello GmbH
- 196.1 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
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- In-App Purchases
- Mimo Pro: A Year of Coding £59.99
- Mimo Premium Yearly £26.49
- Mimo Premium £45.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.