NOT FREE.... NOT FREE..... NOT FREE! I should have read reviews first. You explained to someone that the money helps keep it free to non-profits like Schools etc. I am not donating to a Charity that moves money around. You advertise "FREE". 7-day trials DO NOT equal FREE. It equals entrapment! Why can't you just be up front about the purchase price? I might have purchased it if you weren't trying to pick my pocket monthly for $7.99 and had told me the cost up front. I believe I represent a lot of "Potential Customers" when I say that this "Business Model" is getting very old.
I'm in my late 30s and I find this game amusing. It's like Kumon for your brain - you learn by taking baby steps. I don't know if it will teach you about Linked List, Trees, or Blockchains but that's not the point for a 10 yr old. The point is these games will wire your child's brain so as to prepare them for the actual programming. These games transcends basic programming and foundational concepts for the later years. Good Job! Take your vitamin gummies.
Thank you for your commitment to being free for schools. I am a school librarian who tries to help my kids learn a variety of skills, including tech. I love that I can set this up for my students and even set multiple teachers for each class so each teacher can work on maintaining their classes. Best of all, the students love the app! I think most of the time, they are having so much fun that they don't even realize that they are also picking up great skills.
For everyone saying a $7.99 subscription is rediculous and stupid, think about it this way. Most everyone now a days has a netflix account or somesort of tv and movie provider that requires a subscription that starts roughly at $10.00. Which is no problem to pay for but when it comes to your childs education and preperation for the future its not worth the money to you...get your priorities straight... its a great app keeps kids attention and teaches them how to create things and understand things in a topic that everything in this world is based upon and becoming more and more reliant upon...Technology.
My 7 year old daughter loves this game. It is alot of fun and just the right amount of challenging.
I loved this game and tried to find it once i finally did i found ot you had to pauy a member ship before you didnt need a member ship thats my only complaint
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