This mobile coding app was created by the Lifelong Kindergarten research group at MIT, the same people who created Scratch. Children learn logic and develop programming skills by using block coding to create stories and games. Once it's downloaded, the app is able to function offline, which means that children with limited or no access to internet connectivity can enjoy it. OctoStudio is available in over 20 languages and is compatible with screen readers.




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