Programming Hub: Learn coding Reviews

Programming Hub: Learn coding Reviews

Published by on 2021-01-16

Build your programming skills in a fun way. Learn to code with a game-like
learning experience. Explore interactive coding lessons with a one-stop code
learning app. Learn to code with HTML, Javascript, C, C++, C#, Swift, Python, R
Programming, Java, Artificial Intelligence, CSS, etc....



Table of Contents:
1. Reviews
2. Is it Safe?
3. Is it Legit?
4. App not working?
5. Report Issue


Programming Hub: Learn coding Reviews


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    Good information but buggy

    I’ve been using the app for several days and enjoying the basic information about programming and how well things are explained. Really nice to see something that focuses on the concepts first. Unfortunately, there are a few things that would stop me from buying the pro version. There are several small bugs in the basic course, and also in the function of the app that are surprising. You can’t use just your email to sign up, since the window is buggy. The feedback form isn’t obvious, but even when you eventually find it, it doesn’t submit correctly, meaning that there is no way to give feedback on the bugs. Another big thing is that there’s no indication as to what courses are only for the pro version, and what’s free. For casual use, a nice app, but needs work.


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    Definitely buggy and strange

    I got this to learn programming languages like python and C++. I took the fundamentals course just to check it out. I already know HTML and CSS. If I didn’t I wouldn’t have been able to figure out this course at all! It asked questions related to things it did not teach. At one point it registered my answer as incorrect even though I did not choose that answer. The text is also often grammatically incorrect, with words in the wrong order. They required me to rate the app only a minute into the course and there was no way out of it. Trying to share the certificate I earned was impossible. I got the pro version because the “for life” option seemed like a good deal and this app came highly recommended from a friend. I will not be using this app. I saw that some of these problems were described a year ago, and the developer said they would fix it. They did not. I would like to get my money back, and I certainly question my friend’s judgement now!


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    Fraud and please stay away from this app

    This app and its team is very fraudulent.I paid for the get lifetime access but still shows that I need to pay ... the customer support will respond to your queries till the time you have made the purchase and after they will not even respond to you or fix the issue .. there is no customer support number to call only email ...this is fraud team please please please stay away !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Update : The team responded and fixed the issue even though it took few days of back and forth emails .. appreciate it ! Hope it will work without any further issues and will remain life time access as promised ...hence I’m giving 4 stars for showing the honesty to fix it 🙏


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    Just another Mimo

    I wanted to get s clear understanding of JavaScript because I thought I had a bad base understanding of it. So I started searching around for apps because I can’t bring Pluralsight with me everywhere. I saw an app called “Mimo” and I started learning. After the first lesson it said I needed to upgrade to Pro. I mean come on! At least tell people in the description that you will charge them besides saying that it has in app purchases. So I continued looking for an app and I found this app. I thought there would be a catch, but I wasn’t sure. I downloaded the app and started on the JavaScript course. After 2 lessons, it says I need to upgrade to Pro! How annoying can you people get? Now, I’m speaking on behalf of other people when I say that not everyone has the money to buy an upgrade just after two lessons. At least make some courses free and others cost money.


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    Great app with many language options

    This is one of the better mobile programming apps for learning new languages. So far it’s all been free with no hint of the pressure to upgrade to a paid version whatsoever! I’ve only been using the app for a week, so time will tell if this app is as great as it seems so far. Either way, I’d recommend it to any one looking to get started in a new language but not yet ready to commit to an in depth paid course online.


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    Java glitch

    I tried the free version just to see what I would be getting for my money. I selected the Java course and got to the first quiz. It asks, “what is Java? I selected “it is a programming language”. The system then comes back and says, “oops it’s not a video game or a desert island”. It’s obvious it’s not registering my answer. I don’t see a way to skip over or continue without the programming registering my answer. I wrote the company to let them know and give them a chance to fix it before I wrote this review. They responded right away but then never corrected the glitch. It’s been over a month now. I have also deleted the app and downloaded it again. I’m certainly not paying for something like this. The app is suppose to teach you how to program but obviously they don’t know how to program their stuff correctly. Frustrated to say the least.


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    Not bad

    A good app with a lot of material. I have found a good amount of small typos and logic errors for example: in the IT basics course there is a diagram with arrows labeled “input” “output” “process” when really “process” should be in the middle and “output” should be last. There was a quiz on this later and I’m concerned that if I hadn’t already known that it would interfere with my learning. I tried to leave feedback suggesting the implementation of an error/typo found button so users can report these errors to get them fixed for future customers to they don’t get confused but when I tried to submit the feedback I got an error and couldn’t submit anything. Overall not a bad app and should help you learn the content


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    This isn’t an amazing app. Don’t trust the reviews

    This app is, an app trying to teach you programming, is riddled with errors. Both in the logic it is trying to teach you and the app it self. The app seldom saves your progress. So if you want to do the same lessons over and over again, sure get it. But to me this is annoying and a waste of time I don’t have. Second don’t buy into their possible UDAAP violating count down on your special deal price for membership. It appears to count down making you think you need to hurry and purchase but give it an hour and go back in and surprise! It’s reset. Oh also if you want web access too you need to purchase your membership on the web. Buy it through the phone and you won’t have it. They don’t tell you that. Everything about this app screams scam to me. There are plenty of sites teaching this stuff for either free or cheap and plenty of books in the library. I figured it may be nice to have something on my phone to jog my memory on my commute to work but boy was I wrong. I’ll just bring my kindle as well.


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    Completely different app

    This app was my favorite for reference. It didn't have anything behind payments, all the information was a few taps away. Now its a completely different app targeted at training. The courses that are offered are tap to continue slide shows with questions at the end. Most of the languages aren't available because the course for them is being prepared, which is frustrating because it used to all be there in the old version. This is 2 different apps... I only wanted the first version. I have no problem at all deleting this new version, there are better courses than this that are free and finished. 0 stars for the new version, 4-5 stars for the old version.


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    Well designed with some slight issues

    I am enjoying using ProgramingHub so far. My only issue is that there are many typos which can make it hard to read at times. Mostly, the issue is noticeable inside of quizzes where the sentences run together. Ironically, it looks like a line break (or two) was missed during programming the quizzes. That being said, I believe the value and convenience is worth picking this app up. The developers have put a lot of thought into designing this as a mobile learning environment.


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    New Courses

    Absolutely loving the amount of content there is available to learn. However, I think something crucial is missing. Game Development has two of the mouse commonly used game engines by both normal users and gaming companies. One of those engines is Unity, and the other is Unreal engine. I’m loving this app, I think it’s an amazing opportunity, but I’m really hoping you add the latest Unreal Engine course development to the app. That’s all I’m asking for. ✌️


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    A great intro to programming

    I’m currently attending a coding boot camp and am using this app to augment and reinforce the material from the course. So far it’s been a great resource for me. Lessons are broken into short segments that I’m able to fit in to short moments of free time, while on break at work, on the bus, with my morning coffee etc. The material is clear and concise. Highly recommended for anyone looking to get into programming.


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    Too many accuracy errors

    Good concept but the training is simply not accurate enough to teach a beginner. I know how to program and see the errors in the lessons and mini quizzes that would cause confusion for a newbie. At first I thought it was a few random errors but now believe it’s just a lack of quality control. There are logic and syntax errors and spelling errors to make it worse. This really needs to be fixed and quality control greatly improved to be truly worth it.


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    I like it

    Just downloaded last night and immediately began the networking tutorial. I like the UI and the interactive features allowing me to tap through the lessons and the audio is very good but i hope you can eventually modify the voice to sound more human. Glad to see plenty of options to learn from. Great work!


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    Thank you

    Im really enjoy of these app for learning programming.I live in iran and i havent any banking card for pay you because my father was dead in 15 years ago and my mom is so old for work and i work so hard for our family and i cant pay for learning but i love to learn english language and programming ,so if i have a chance please tell me.


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Is Programming Hub: Learn coding Safe?

No. Programming Hub: Learn coding does not seem very safe to us. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 6,020 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Programming Hub: Learn coding Is 16.3/100.


Is Programming Hub: Learn coding Legit?

No. Programming Hub: Learn coding does not seem legit based on our analysis. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 6,020 Programming Hub: Learn coding User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Programming Hub: Learn coding Is 16.3/100.


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Programming Hub: Learn coding works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.



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