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I was wondering if this app is reasonable to learn how to program and create apps, being an extreme novice (I mean that at the lowest level) and having very little patience and giving up so easily, maybe its a good thing to try and learn for 10 minutes here and there when having free time, what do you people think?

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I was wondering if this app is reasonable to learn how to program and create apps, being an extreme novice (I mean that at the lowest level) and having very little patience and giving up so easily, maybe its a good thing to try and learn for 10 minutes here and there when having free time, what do you people think?


I haven't heard of this and a quick Google didn't bring up much either, is it free?

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I haven't heard of this and a quick Google didn't bring up much either, is it free?



Here is the link https://play.google....bS5haWRlLnVpIl0.

...and yeah its free from what I know.

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Judging it solely on the positive reviews on Google Play and the fact it's free, I think you should give it a go. I might even be tempted myself, though I don't get a lot of free time these days.

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