A number of free services and apps offer coding education to individuals who may otherwise never learn the skills. Many of these free educational options are targeted at children, among those being ones from Google itself. Others, though, like Enki and now Grasshopper, are intended for older individuals new to the field.
Upon launch, Grasshopper prompts the user to sign into their Google account. From there, the user must choose whether they’re new to coding or have existing experience. Be careful here — users report being unable to change this selection once it is made, though a future update may correct that issue.
Content is broken down into lessons that focus on specific topics, including “Fundamentals” and “Animations.” Users get real-time feedback, unlock achievements, and are presented with visual puzzles to help drive home concepts. Progress is linked to the Google account used to log into the app.
SOURCE: Google Play