Ready for a tree-shaking, strawbie-munching adventure?

In Osmo’s Coding Awbie, kids use physical blocks of code to program a wondrous journey for Awbie, a playful character who loves delicious strawbies.

Combining tangible blocks with interactive screen time, Coding Awbie is the easiest way to introduce your kids to coding.

Winner of the toy industry's top awards:
**Parent's Choice Gold Award, 2016**
**Oppenheim Best Toy, Platinum Award, 2016**

"It enables children to learn computational thinking"
- Forbes

"Osmo’s blocks are like LEGO for coding"
- Engadget

"…for young children, one of the best is Osmo Coding"
- The Wall Street Journal

Coding Awbie teaches problem-solving and logic skills. It helps kids succeed in an increasingly digital world. Osmo Coding Awbie is the easiest way to learn the basics of programming.

* Requires the Osmo Base and Coding Blocks. Each sold separately or as part of Osmo Coding Starter Kit or Osmo Coding Family Bundle.

* Please see our device compatibility list here:

About Osmo
Osmo is using the screen to create a new healthy, hands-on learning experience that promotes creativity, problem-solving and social interaction. We do this with our reflective artificial intelligent technology.

What’s New

Version 3.2.0

+ We have added support for the iPad Air 4 and all iPad Pro 2020 and earlier models

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
272 Ratings

272 Ratings

Brock08 ,

My five year old loves this coding game but....

My five year old loves this coding game so much it's all he talks about. However, he's blown through every available level in a few weeks (would have been sooner if we let him have more iPad time). He's asking me every day if there is an update yet?
Is there an idea of when more levels will be available?

BrowndawgAcademic ,

Nice concept, but keeps crashing

The app is nicely conceptualized. Like all the Osmo products, the screen plus hands-on-pieces combination really keeps my six year old engaged in learning. This and all Osmo products are a nice complement to existing curricula, especially when kids are home with school closures. But the app crashes (closes unexpectedly) every four or five minutes and my six year old loses a little bit of progress each time—thankfully, not all progress in the level is lost. This has really cut her motivation and she no longer wants to play this game. Other Osmo apps, especially the pizza game, have kept her engaged on an ongoing basis and they are much more stable. Would give this five stars if it didn’t crash so much.

Mack328 ,

Program crashes

I got this game to help my 6 year old and 4 year old learn coding concepts. Both of them love the game and it is easy for them to understand. My only complaint, the program crashes randomly without warning. I thought it occurred with long sequences but it now happens with single sequence as well. For the price of these games, it is difficult to give a high rating with these random flaws. I hope the developers continue to review and improve the apps.

App Privacy

The developer, Tangible Play, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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