Swift Playgrounds app is updated with five new languages, but Portuguese is not among them

Apple today announced an update to the Swift Playgrounds, your iPad app that helps students learn to program in the new programming language.

The application, which until now was only available in English, gains support for five new languages: Simplified Chinese, Japanese, francs, german and Latin American Spanish.

Although the Portuguese is not yet on the cake, it is good to see that Apple is working to locate him internationally.

Swift Playgrounds on iPad

“The Swift Playgrounds app helps people of all ages to learn the basics of programming, and with more than a million downloads to date, consumers and students find it an easy and fun way to get started in Swift,” said Tim Cook, CEO from Apple. "Hundreds of thousands of apps for iPhone and iPad, including some of the most popular on the App Store, use Swift a programming language that we designed to be both powerful and easy for anyone to learn."

The new version of Swift Playgrounds reach today App Store.

Swift Playgrounds app icon