Tynker 4.4.80 for iPad
Free Education App on iOS
Editors' Words: Learn programming with visual code blocks and build your own games. Tynker - Coding for Kids.Tynker is the easiest way to learn to code. Our award-winning curriculum he ... Read More > or Install Now >
Tynker App / Specifications
- • Price: Free
- • In-app purchases: Yes
- • Content rating: Rated 4+
- • Requires: iOS 8.0 or later
- • Device compatibility: iPad
- • Rating average
- 4.5 out of 5
- • Rating users
- • Total downloads
- • Current version downloads
- • Updated: April 11, 2018
Tynker / Screenshots on iPad
Tynker / Description
Tynker - Coding for Kids.
Tynker is the easiest way to learn to code. Our award-winning curriculum helps kids learn to love coding! Watch your child learn as they build games, write interactive stories, modify Minecraft, program drones, and even explore STEM. Great for the Hour of Code!
*** Parents’ Choice Gold Award
*** Academics' Choice Award
*** Tillywig Brain Child award
*** Editor's Choice, Children's Technology Review
*** Rated 5 stars for Engagement, Common Sense Media
*** Featured by Apple in Education, Kids, and Best New Apps
*** Rated “Best for 8-14” by USA Today
”Tynker makes programming more accessible and fun for kids, regardless of prior experience.” - TechCrunch
“One of the best learn-to-code apps we've seen for younger kids - Nice work!” - Code.org
LEARN TO CODE!
Use intuitive visual blocks to create games, program connected toys, use built in physics, and design your own animated characters. Switch between visual blocks and Swift in all coding puzzles. You can also code offline without Internet connectivity. Share your creations with the community and explore projects made by other kids.
- Space Cadet (FREE) - Learn block coding basics as you collect items
- Dragon Spells (FREE) - Use loops and conditional statements to hunt for treasure
- Candy Quest - Learn sequencing and pattern recognition while you collect candy
- Lost in Space - Apply logic to lead the astronaut to his base
- Flying Fortress - Use functions and subroutines to find a path to treasure
- Lazer Racer - Create math patterns using Turtle graphics commands
- Crash Course - Control drones and bots in a virtual playground
- WeDo Coding - Extend your LEGO WeDo models with code
- Stunt Pilot - Program drone flight paths, flips, and stunts
- Mind Crafters - Learn Minecraft modding as you build cities and mini-games
NEW! CREATE MINECRAFT MODS, SKINS, AND ADD-ONS
Build Minecraft structures with code or design your own Skin or Add-On to instantly publish to Minecraft.
- Create structures, teleport, or change the weather with code
- Design Skins, Blocks, and Items
- Create custom Mobs with our 3D editor
- Define Mob behaviors with block coding
(Not an official Minecraft product or associated with Mojang)
PROGRAM CONNECTED TOYS
Use Tynker to code connected toys! Code a flappy drone game with a real drone, draw shapes on the ground with Sphero and Ollie, or program your own drone stunt flips. This version supports Sphero, Ollie, Parrot minidrones, LEGO WeDo 2.0, and Philips Hue and Lux personal lighting systems.
CODE AT HOME
Subscription plans give you access to 10 mobile courses, 350+ fun puzzle levels, and 100+ guided tutorials. Subscriptions, charged through your iTunes account, automatically renew at the end of each term.
NEW! CODE AT SCHOOL
- Comprehensive solution used in 60,000+ schools – flexible plans for any school size
- Lesson plans, classroom management, automatic assessment, teacher guides, and more
- Add coding to any subject with our STEM activities
What is Tynker?
Why should kids learn to code?
Computer programming is an important 21st century skill that kids can start learning at any age. While coding with Tynker, kids apply skills such as critical thinking, pattern recognition, focus, problem solving, debugging, resilience, sequencing, spatial visualization, and algorithmic thinking. The Tynker visual language makes it easy for them to learn and apply concepts like conditional logic, repetition, variables, and functions – the same coding concepts as any mainstream programming language.
Tynker is inspired by visual coding languages like Scratch from MIT, Alice from CMU, and languages like Logo, SmallTalk, and Squeak.
Tynker / Changelog / What's New in v4.4.80
- Bug fixes