What is SoloLearn?

SoloLearn is a series of free apps that allows users to learn a variety of programming languages and concepts through short lessons, code challenges, and quizzes. Lessons are written with the beginner in mind, so anyone can learn to read and write their own code. SoloLearn is available for free download for iOS on the App Store here and for Android on Google Play here. SoloLearn courses can also be accessed online here.

Available languages

SoloLearn has lessons for the following programming languages and concepts. Users can take as many lessons as they want for free.

  • Web development (HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery)
  • Python
  • Java
  • Kotlin
  • C++
  • C
  • C#
  • PHP
  • SQL
  • Algorithms and data structures
  • Ruby
  • Machine learning
  • Design Patterns
  • Swift
  • Git

Required technology skills

SoloLearn does not require users to have any prior coding or programming experience, though the app does require that users be able to read English proficiently. The following additional technology skills are required to use the SoloLearn app:

  • Ability to select items on the screen
  • Basic typing
  • Drag-and-drop items on the screen
  • Use VoiceOver gestures-

Setting up an account

To set up an account, users need to provide the following information:

  • Email
  • Name
  • Password

This app requires an internet or data connection in order to access most functions in the app. Previously accessed lessons can be downloaded for offline use.


The app opens by default to a user profile, with four additional tabs on the bottom of the screen.


The "Learn" tab contains free lessons in programming languages and concepts, which are arranged in horizontal lines. After selecting a language or concept, the user is taken to another screen where they can select a module, where there are several lessons. Lessons can be completed in 3-5 minutes depending on how familiar users are with the concepts.


Users can practice and test their coding skills by participating in challenges against opponents. These are similar to the quizzes, except instead users are competing to see who can answer questions the fastest.


SoloLearn has a free IDE built into the app so users can write their own code and share it with the community. Users can also read code that other users have uploaded to SoloLearn.


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