Scratch for Android. You can easily make apps but with a lot of limitations. It's like programming for kids. If you want something more serious I suggest Android Studio (4k ram PC is a minimum). App testing is very easy and your app does what it is supposed to do, so 5 stars. Ps. Those two women in tutorials are ugly and annoying af.
It's really hard to understand but it works really well. I just think that some of the haters of this app are going overboard with what they are saying.
First of all to the people who are new to coding you need to go to the Mit app invertor 2 on a computer. make a account to then create a program which if you see tutorials should be easy and also show you how to get the code to use the app.
Very basic, many jobs I need it to do would be impossible or way too hard. I make my living programming and while this "toy" can do things, I cannot believe it has no way to convert ASCII codes to chars and vice-versa, and this is only one example. I would think the MIT would not overlook something so elementary in any programming language. If not ASCII, give us Unicode... ANYTHING! We NEED some kind of number-to-string and back conversions.
It tells me to enter the code whiles they have not given me any code
Awsome program app is simple and coding is easy, you can do almost anything up to creating your own classes
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