Apple makes the Swift Playgrounds app available on the App Store

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At WWDC in June, Apple announced an iPad app that helps teach kids (or not-so-kids) how to learn code and programming Swift, in an easy and fun way. The application was installed natively in the beta version of the iPad, and is now available to anyone who wants to download it from the App Store.

Craig Federighi, Apple executive, commented on the app:

Everyone should have the opportunity to learn to code, and we are excited to be offering Swift Playgrounds to the next generation of programmers looking for an easy and fun way to explore key programming concepts using real code. More than 100 schools worldwide have already committed to adding Swift Playgrounds to their curriculum for the next semester, and we can’t wait to see what students will create with it.

Swift Playgrounds

For those who dream of having their own app on the App Store one day, but don’t know much about programming, this can be the first step. The app is compatible with all models of iPad Air, iPad Pro and iPad mini from the 2nd generation. Download it from this link.

via Apple PR