The Android app provides basic capability to flash a program ro your micro:bit wirelessly, using Bluetooth. You will need to pair with the micro:bit in order to use this app, so ensure you have Bluetooth and Location services switched on on your device.
The iOS app provides basic capability to flash a program ro your micro:bit wirelessly, using Bluetooth and contains a set of Monitor and Control services to interact with your micro:bit in real-time. You will need to pair with the micro:bit to use this app.
Swift Playgrounds is an app for the iPad and Mac that helps teach people to code in the Swift language using interactive 'books'.
The Windows 10 app let's you program and interact with your micro:bit using the MakeCode Editor.
The MakeCode editor is available as app which you can install on a computer with Windows or Mac OS. Once installed, the MakeCode Offline App lets you create, run, and download your projects to the micro:bit. It works the same as the Web application does in your browser but it’s a stand-alone application that will work when a connection to the internet is restricted or not available.
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