The era we live in is fast forwarding, and we don’t need a college or a university to learn. SoloLearn is changing the future of over 29 million around the globe. The numbers are shocking, but it is correct. In this article, we are exploring SoloLearn Android app review and tutorial. We are going to cover from the core features to app features and watch a YouTube video covering a full review and tutorial of SoloLearn on my Nokia 8.
What is SoloLearn?
SoloLearn is an online free code learning platform. New coders sign up to learn to code. The company has aimed to share knowledge in the world. According to them currently, over 29 million users from SoloLearn. It is available on Desktop, Google Play and App Store.
YouTube video covering SoloLearn Android app Review
Here is the YouTube video covering SoloLearn Android app review on my Nokia 8.
Other courses including Machine Learning, SQL and Python 3 are found in the Data Science section. That’s not it; you can find other courses created by the community and the team. Enrolling in any of the courses is easy. Each course is divided into sections. As you complete a section, there is a quiz. After you complete the questionnaire, you can move to the next section.
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The app is not just courses and quizzes. Let’s see some of the great features the app provides. The app comes with five menus, and each menu is for a different purpose. We will cover all these menus in SoloLearn review and tutorial.
The first menu is the Learn menu where you can find all the courses and latest additions. The latest addition option comes with the most recent articles on the website. You can see and comment on the report. You can also search for an article by tapping on the search button.
The second is the Challenge menu where you can confront with your friends or select a random person to challenge. To do that, you will have to choose your language as a weapon and find your friend or tap on Random to play with a random person. Once you are matched with someone, a series of questions will be asked from both of you. The winner earns XP.
Activity Feed menu is like a social menu. Here you can find thoughts, photos and links shared by other users. You can like, dislike, and comment on the posts. After verifying your email, you can also join the community and share thoughts and pictures.
Code Playground is one of the advanced sections on SoloLearn Android app. You can see other users programs. You can create your programs or contribute to others’. After taping a project, you can see the languages and scripts used to make the program and tap on Output on the top or Run on the bottom to see the output of that program. You can also edit the code to make it better or like, dislike and comment on the project. You can see the others’ comments by tapping on the comments icon.
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The last section is Q&A Discussions also called SoloLearn forums is a great place for your doubts. You can ask questions related to coding, answer the questions and search for the question if you already have any.
There is a PRO version of the SoloLearn which cost about $5/month on a monthly plan and $4/month on a yearly plan. The PRO version gives you access to the daily learning goal, personalised activity insights, see who’s viewed your profile, who’s learning nearby and no ads. You can try it for free before purchasing the plan.
Should you buy SoloLearn PRO
Well, if you are keen to learn to code and thinking about a future then go for it. It doesn’t cost that much, and you get many features like who’s viewed your profile. People from requiring agencies look for programmers to hire and spending $4 a month gets you closer then why not?
Do I need anything else than SoloLearn PRO to get a job?
Yes, you will have to be an active learner and community helper. Find the questions and answer them, check out Code Playground and see if you can help improve any of the projects. Create your projects and ask people to contribute. The more you contribute the XP’s you get and requiring people can see your XP while checking out your profile.
You can see your profile, level, friends, codes, posts, activity, skills and badges in the profile menu. Other options and data include your goals, weekly visits, nearby learners and leaderboard. The leaderboard section uses Google Play Games to record your rank locally and globally.
SoloLearn would be the easiest way to learn to code. With so many web development, programming and data science languages you can learn any language whenever you want. Here is the end of SoloLearn Android app review and tutorial. I hope the article helped you understand SoloLearn and the Android app. What service do you use to learn programming? Share us your thought about SoloLearn or the service you use so we can discuss. Last updated on 14/03/2019.