this is cool beans, even though some of the instructions aren’t very clear. overall, (lol i say this like i typed something important) it’s a cool bean app :)) 🤡👾💯🌸✨
This is a good app to learn coding, but as always, there is room for improvement. As part of the pros, you get to learn at your own pace (without the annoyance of running out of hearts to continue). In addition to that, there’s a whole learning community that you can ask for help in the comments section. It feels like a classroom group chat where people send how to reach the desired code and at times the actual code itself (can be considered a con if you intend to reach all solutions without giveaways). But as for the cons, it’s worth noting that an advertisement promoting SoloLearnPro continuously shows when reaching the Variables section (which is the third unit in Python Introductory course). This inhibits users abilities to further their knowledge of coding as learning to code requires hands on execution as well as Trial and Error. So by forcing the advertisement on users, the knowledge gained from that point moving forward is reading and occasional practice. It takes away from the example mentioned in the reading sections. For visual learners, it acts as a severe hindrance since it’s hard to retain an ample amount of words about coding rather seeing it in action. Also, a tutorial on how to return to the course learning section would be a nice touch. After reading the community posts and comments, it’s easy to get lost in it all. TL;DR So in other words, it’s like a written lecture where your college professor skims past each supplementary example slide that is supposed to accompany the lesson notes. Either you retain it or you don’t. There’s no examples shown after a certain point. Hence can be described as coursework or worksheet based learning. I hope to see the advert removed. Then, and only then can I rate this app five stars. Edit: Upon scrolling through the comments and responses from the developers, I noticed something rather contradictory. The developers response to one reviewer says “that the entire content of SoloLearn is completely free” but in the app, a feature that was once free isn’t any longer after surpassing a certain point (From my experience it was Section 3: Python Variables.) This is extremely misleading and should be addressed. Thanks again for reading!
Omg this is the best app
I love the application, but it is expensive compared to the other applications! I suggest that you have some deals at least for students. I used the trial version, but I couldn't continue, and I moved to the cheaper application!
Really is a good tool for helping me improve my coding skills. definitely use this to improve your skills
This app originally had the option to reset progress for a course. Though it’s a great learning resource I’m only giving it 2 stars due to the removal of that feature. I understand that it was probably removed to encourage people to buy the “Pro” option but as a person who’s paying for “Pro” I expect to be able to reset my progress if I so choose.
yes finally something to program on and learn and I can use Python too this is awesome
If you want a solid, free to use app that teaches you concepts for coding, this is it.
Es una aplicación expendida
You know how they give you free trials for a short period of time and you forget you even subscribed in the first place and now you’re $$$ less in your pocket? Well, letting that accident happen for me changed my direction in life. I forgot about this $65 subscription (after tax) & after seeing it in my bank statement (but playing with the app for a couple days), i realized this was an investment, not a mistake. Sololearn has quickly grown to become one of my most used apps on my phone & it’s not because of the extensive library of courses, not because of the ability to create an account & save your progress, not because of the ability to add, train, and compete with your friends. It’s mostly due to the comment section feature that has been added to each section/page of each lesson! I love the extra little ‘tips’ everyone has & all the motivation they give each other. I’d say this app has made it to stardom in my eyes simply for the classroom aspect of it all. it sure makes it feel like i’m in a class setting, knowing that I can filter the comments by most recent if needed, having multiple Pro teachers within that comment section also helps in situations where you can’t understand the lesson. I never once wanted to code because of how complicated everything seemed, how expensive schools were, and how niche it felt. I can’t express enough how natural I feel learning how to program through an app! I would have never imagined. Now I’ve downloaded xCode, followed YouTube coders, and even made learning how to code with Sololearn, a priority. Overall, this $5/m purchase that occurred on my device was ultimately one of the best accidental decisions of my life - hands down. Try the 7-Day, but you won’t regret it if you pay for the yearly either!