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MIT App Inventor
© 2015 MIT Center for Mobile Learning

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For ages 8-up
For grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, S, Jr, Sr.
$free, Android, Windows, Mac OSX, Chrome
Teaches: coding, programming, creativity
Tagged for: Coding, STEM
What to learn how to make an app? MIT App Inventor (formerly called App Inventor for Android) is designed "to make it easy to do real-time programming." It is available as a free download from for Android-based devices (that means not for iPad), although it is possible to download the software onto a Windows or Macintosh computer, to be run in emulation mode. You are told to sync your tablet and your laptop via Wi-Fi, so you can debug your code in realtime. App Inventor was originally developed by Google by a team lead by Mark Friedman. The site includes documentation and educational content, and this is being licensed under the Creative Commons so it can be shared.

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