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Learn Visually Python 3.0 is an interactive app that makes learning programming more intuitive, easier, and fun. Using the most basic approach to learning that we all inherently know from childhood, "Learn Visually Python 3.0" solves the comprehension problem that so many other books cannot seem to bridge.

Visual learners retain information very differently than their left brained counter-parts, and thus benefit from different approaches. Full color illustrations help memory triggers as your brain never forgets an image, metaphor or schema.

Illustrations can make a world of difference over strictly words on a page!
If you found yourself struggling with programming, then this interactive app might be your answer.

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What’s New

Version 3.1

Added IPad Air and IPad Pro support

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Anm8t ,

Buggy on Ipad pro 9.7"

Hello? anyone home? Your app dos not work work on Ipad pro 9.7"' the graphics are cutoff on the bottom of the screen and do not adjust. Please fix or refund my money please!

Thank you!

mdpaxton ,


I'm very disappointed in this app for the following reasons.
1. The writer of the app assumes that everyone knows some rather complex math which is needed to solve many of his questions. You can write some very powerful Python programs without ever needing the type of equations he uses. So the use of the these equations is totally unneeded and only hinders teaching of Python. The only way for some to get around these questions will be to click on the "hint" button and type what is given.
2. I am not able to get past step number 50 as there is a bug in the program. You must type the python code exactly as shown but the dialog box in which to type is to short and therefore wraps the last word to a second line. Because of this you are unable to complete the step correctly and therefore cannot move on.
So step fifty is as far as you can go into the program and not much has been taught up to this point.
Other than those issues I do like the visual approach the author has taken in teaching one how to code with Python.

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