Encode: Learn to Code 4+

Learn coding at your own pace

Upskew Pty. Ltd.

    • 4.8 • 4.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Learn to code at your own pace.

Learn for free with Encode's self-paced lessons: bite-sized explanations, coding challenges and real-world examples build up your coding skills.

Loved by thousands of learners worldwide, Encode is a fun way to learn tech skills: from Python, JavaScript and Swift to using the command-line, building websites, querying databases and analyzing data!

Start your coding journey today! Encode teaches you coding right from the start.

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What’s New

Version 4.4.1

- Modified the fill-in-blank "empty" design

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
4.7K Ratings

4.7K Ratings

jellocube ,

Perfect for beginners!

I wanted to learn coding during my commute. But so many free to start apps require a constant Internet connection, and my train is often stuck underground without service. I greatly appreciate that you can use Encode even offline. (It being offline also means that it can't load the ads, if you find that annoying.)

The lessons included are indeed simple, and I absolutely think if you're an intermediate study in JavaScript or HTML/CSS you won't get much out of this. But as a beginner cramming these lessons in to/from work, who was only ever able to make good old 90's GeoCities webpages at best, the bite-sized chunks it's broken down into makes computing language much easier for to process.

The extra challenges as reinforcement and the compound lessons putting everything together is worth the $4.99 unlock, but even if you're looking to just start learning for free you could do much worse than Encode.

lupo_nero990 ,

Helpful and easy also FREE!

The app is really understandable and has no such thing as other apps were u should start a exercise and have things like hearts and when u make a mistake u lose them and so on forced paying required experiences which is quite common in apps which include educational content in them and in knowin u can try an exercise several times and take notes or retry which is what i love and the next thing i like about it is it’s comfortable UI ,i hope they get what they deserve for the app

JrD1az ,

Good for learning, but wished that the Hands-On was there again

So I learned all my basics for HTML and CSS through Encode (the previous name before Knowin) and I have to say I loved the interactive, hands-on, you-type-it mode that It had. But don’t get me wrong, this app is still very good at teaching the basics for coding in any of its available subjects. But just as someone who still remembers the very interactive mode of Encode, I do miss it. Personally it was better for me to type it out than to press buttons to questions. So if its possible to bring this back into Knowin, that would be awesome. Like I said awesome app that can teach you so much, I would just like to see that type-it-yourself mode back. But overall, it is a very solid app, good job developers!

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