These days it pays to be knowledgeable about making apps, almost literally. With dozens of free tools available, and an open mobile platform like Android, the barrier to entry to making apps and earning a bit from it couldn’t be any lower. So what’s holding back the masses from taking advantage of the mobile revolution? Knowledge. The Internet is littered with guides and how to’s, but not all of them have that quality that many are looking for. Fear not! The Pay What You Want: Mobile-First Developer’s Bundle is here to cover your needs.

To making apps on Android, to designing mobile apps on Sketch, to crafting the next killer game, this Bundle covers all the essentials you’ll need to get started and get rolling. There is even a lesson or two for making HTML5 apps. And to be totally unbiased, there is even a lone course for creating iOS 8 apps. Handy if you want maximum reach for your product.

Unlike most of our deals or even our instructional bundles, this one follows a Humble Bundle-like system. Pay as low as $1.01 and you can get two of the 10 courses available, one for monetizing your app and one for learning about Android Lollipop development. Pay more than the average, which currently stands at around $5.37, and you get access to all 10! Ten percent of proceeds raised will go to Creative Commons, the initiative that advocates the sharing of content and information, both on the web and on print. So grab the Pay What You Want: Mobile-First Developer’s Bundle now before the stakes go higher.

But wait, there’s more! If you’ve ever wanted to write your own web app, or just a powerful app written with the Javascript language, then you’ll probably need this extra deal, too. Learn Node.js by Building 10 Projects is pretty self-explanatory and empowers you to cover not just mobile but also the web. At 90 percent off, this $199 course now costs only $19.


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