Mimo: Learn to Code

Mimo: Learn to Code for Pc

  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-21
  • Current version: 3.5
  • File size: 180.21 MB
  • Developer: Mimohello GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Mimo: Learn to Code on your Windows PC

Download Mimo: Learn to Code for Windows: Mimo: Learn to Code is an Education App, developed by Mimohello GmbH. The Education App was officially released 2016-08-22. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Mimohello GmbH, with the latest current version being 3.5 which was officially released on 2018-11-21. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 11,074 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Mimo: Learn to Code on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Mimo: Learn to Code on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Mimo: Learn to Code for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Mimo: Learn to Code in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Mimo: Learn to Code application icon. A window of Mimo: Learn to Code will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Mimo: Learn to Code icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Mimo: Learn to Code

Developer Description

Join more than 3 million learners: learn to code, make apps/games/websites, automate your life, and much more – no matter how much experience and time you have! Mimo creates a personalized learning path of fun and effective exercises, projects, and challenges that fits into your daily routine and keeps you motivated. • "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 We help you master: • Programming from scratch • Making apps • Making games • Building websites • Becoming an ethical hacker • Automating your life These skills include programming languages like: Swift, Python, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, Java, C#, C++, Ruby, Git, command line, and more. Mimo is the best and most personalized way to learn to code on a tight schedule. Along the way, keep track of your progress, collect achievements and badges, and join a community of more than 3 million learners. --- By default, about 15 minutes of any track are free to try. To continue learning in your track, you can subscribe to Mimo Premium, a subscription that gives you unlimited access to your learning path along with all tracks and other content. Mimo Premium is USD 29.99 for 1 year or USD 9.99 for 1 month, quoted in U.S. dollars (prices may differ in countries other than the United States). At confirmation of purchase, payment will be charged to your iTunes account and your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours before the end of the current period at the price of the chosen subscription. Any unused portion of a trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. You can cancel your subscription (i.e. turn off automatic renewal) in the Account Settings section of your App Store or iTunes settings after you have made the purchase. Our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use are available at https://getmimo.com/terms. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at support@getmimo.com.

App Reviews

  • I Can’t Use It

    By Jacks's Son
    I love not only this app, but the simple idea of it. An app that is dedicated to teaching people about a hidden language in an ever evolving world that relies on technology to work. When I saw that this app existed, I was jubilant. However, my heart sank when I finished the first lesson of How To Make Apps, and I saw that I had to get the premium subscription for more. I became extremely disheartened when I came back to the App Store and found that this was true for every course in the app. I do realize that not knowing this was my fault because the information ended up being really easy to find. The app of the day story said nothing about this though. And I do understand that app creators need to be paid, but as much as I hate them, I would much rather prefer having to watch an ad before each lesson. I would still be okay with the premium subscription to disable ads. I was really hoping to be able to get started learning about coding at a young age in order to prepare for my future career, but this is not possible with the current requirements for the lessons. I hope that you take this review into consideration in the making of this app later on. Thank you.
  • Not for beginners

    By Gabbe go gabbe
    I love the idea of this, and wanted to love the app, but I don’t. It is not free, you have to subscribe to go beyond the most basic lesson, and the yearly subscription is $50. This is my assessment after a few days: It might be good for intermediate learners looking to practice or refresh existing skills, but it is definitely not for beginners. There isn’t enough introduction and repetition of terms, insufficient opportunity to practice and self test, go back and rework mistakes - which is how learners information at a deep level. Instead, it allows you to click through to the next level. The sassy comments for wrong answers are funny, but again, lacking in clear instruction and explanation for beginners. It seems unlikely that it was user tested by beginners. Surprising that the rating is as high as it is. A longer trial period would have allowed an opportunity to see if it was appropriate for someone at my level or not. I believe in supporting a good app and the people who develop it. The short trial time, high price and promised learning, at this point, appear poorly thought out at best, and deceptive and greedy at worst. I plan to continue working with the app for a while longer. If the experience improves, I’ll revise my review.

    By Spaceob8
    Why does this cost so much it’s just a coding app and I found better apps like this for free that actually want to be able to teach people and not just milk them for their money. If your going to make an app nobody can afford at least tell them up front instead of making them download the app and then telling them you need to pay which buy the way makes people delete it. I thought this was a cool app but when it wouldn’t let me use it because it costs so much money I got out of the app and deleted and downloaded another app about java script which is pretty fun. I got a response saying it’s free so people can get an idea of how it works but I can’t get an idea of it if I only get one short lesson that doesn’t show me how to do real stuff. I wouldn’t know whether or not it’s worth paying for. Also I’ve looked at other reviews saying there are a lot of bugs. I’m not going to pay for this because fixing a bug will take time and can ruin the experience and before you know it your subscription could end and the bugs won’t be fixed. I could use the money for rent to and other things like food water and real education.
  • Great and Easy to Use

    By MyAwesomeIPhone7
    The app is extremely intuitive. It explains everything step by step and walks you through providing tips as you go. Also,like the story says it gives you the answers if you get questions wrong and you can retake courses as many times as you need. I am able to do the courses during my work breaks or when I have a few minutes at home. App gets 5 stars. Only issue was when I logged into the online computer only sandbox. 1) I wish I could do that via my phone. 2) the sandbox was less intuitive and would not move forward 3) the help response was quick but not very in depth, they simply said it was working on their end. Overall I am glad I paid for the year subscription as I don’t feel rushed to get through everything. Also, in someways the app reminds me of mental exercise apps, it leaves you feeling focused, refreshed, and clear headed. Enjoy!
  • Great idea, troubling activity.

    By Zoster😙😍
    I just got this app and wiped through some of the first lessons, but got completely thrown off when I needed to get a subscription to go anywhere past the first levels. Honestly I bet that may be a flaw and a cause for people to leave the app as soon as they get it. A suggestion for this would be maybe look at letting users do higher levels, but without a subscription put the it on a time limit. If funding is that big of an issue, I don’t really know how well newer users will do. For example: Letting users unlock all the levels, however. For every activity (getting started, etc.) have an extended wait until they could do the next level (30 mins, 3 hrs, 1 day, etc.). This way users would still be pushed to get a subscription, but can still access and enjoy the app. Also, maybe insert adds in-between lessons for non-subscriptions, or you could even put the option of using adds to shorten the wait time by a bit. That being said, the app in itself looks really great! Which is why I give it four stars, it’s just the fact that you need at LEAST a $10 subscription to go past the first level of any course that I wouldn’t really recommend it yet. But that’s no excuse to stop yourself from trying it! I appreciate you taking time to hear my thoughts, cya!
  • Buggy lessons and yearly subscriptions

    By es206
    In c# ”main and system” lesson 2, there are no options, and an error message is displayed when you hit solve. After that you can’t move on to the next lesson. This is on the latest iPad Pro. Also some c# lessons write incorrect output. I filed reports for those. You also suddenly use the “this” keyword in a class lesson without even mentioning it (it’s kind of important). The app is well designed, but some of the lessons could use a good editing pass. In addition, the subscription is priced as if you would study every programming language in creation. Generally people only need a few and there really isn’t enough content in any single language that you cover to justify mandatory 1 year/ $50 subscriptions. Maybe the idea is to dip your toes into everything, but I really think 3 month subscriptions make more sense if you have faith that your product and future content can retain customers.
  • Subscription is practically required

    By Dragon_Aries
    Edit: found a subscription plan that works for me. Will rate this app 5 stars once monthly subscriptions are available to everyone. So far, though, the app is easy to understand and kinda fun. I like it ^^ —————————— If it was like $4.17 a month for 3 months— or even 6 months— I’d be a lot more comfortable purchasing the subscription. Which, by the way, is required to get past the first lesson. But, it’s for a year. Which is really $50 a year. I don’t want to spend $50 on something unless I REALLY want it. So, app developers, you should really listen to all the feedback saying this: Either lower the price, lower the required subscription length, or give a one or two week free trial with unlimited access. Believe it or not, it’ll more than likely increase your customers and income. That aside— Actually, no. I won’t review the quality of the app until I can actually use it. For less than $50.
  • Not what it appears to be

    By Cross Stumbles
    This app appears to be a waste of time, & free, but it is neither. Unless you open this app and try it you will never know how good it is. Totally logical app written by people who have a plan to teach, and know how to explain coding, which is not in the others I tried, they are very confusing and no structure or plan to get you there for your individual needs. Right from the start on this app you have to choose what you want to learn, and the level you want to learn at. The the first lesson is free, after that a reduced yearly promotion is offered, and is it so worth it. It is like a self paced college class that is not al over the place. All hands on and explains what you did all the way through. Look no further than here, this is the app for coding hand down the best that I’ve seen and tried.
  • Good and all, but...

    By RealTheFighter
    I love this app. I downloaded it because of it’s promise of teaching me about coding. I did read that the app did have purchases, but thought it wouldn’t get in my way. When I opened the app, I selected gaming and it ran me through the first lesson. After completing it, I felt excited to go to the next course. But to my surprise, the app blocked me from at least getting a firm grip on coding. It said I had to pay 9.99 a month. The thing I thought was dumb was not that the app asked me for 9.99 a month, but that it didn’t let me have a firm grasp before stopping me. When I read, “Game contains in-app purchases,” I didn’t expect it to stop me after the first lesson. Please change it so that people can not only learn how to make the console say something, but also how to make a platforming game. Thank you for reading this, please take this into account.
  • I absolutely love mimo a little bit

    By Cat+Queen
    Okay I only put five so I could get to the top but I’ll give it a ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ because it gives you a good amount of choices to pick from and it also gives you a very clear, first lesson, idea of the topic you picked. But here comes the three star point. The second lesson is something you have to buy!!! It’s either year or three months. I wanted to do the hacker lesson and I did but only the first lesson of the power point. I honestly want to learn more about hacking and coding and all that stuff but I can’t because I have to buy it and I really don't want to spend/waste my money on that. Please I advise you to not get this app because (I am sorry creator) it is literally a rip off. So please don’t get this app people. Cat+Queen