As you progress you'll unlock practice activities: free coding, predict the output, rearrange the lines, spot the error, tap to code, type checker, and more – all designed to get you reading and writing as much Swift as possible. Each day you can tackle a new daily challenge, pitting you against 10 random activities that will test your skills in a variety of areas.
Completing lessons and activities also earns points and badges so you can monitor your progress as you go from zero to hero – it's the fastest and easiest way to learn Swift on the go.
Even better, Unwrap is free: no cost to download , and no surprise in-app purchases to unlock lessons. So what's stopping you? Dive in today!
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This update adds support for dark mode in iOS 13, plus the following fixes:
- Fixes sound issues affecting some users on iPadOS 13.1
- Improved accessibility for the Learn tab (Marco Contino)
- Corrects a typo in the Looping Summary and Static Properties and Methods chapters (William Spanfelner)
- Fixes incorrect code in a Rearrange the Lines exercise (Thibault Vlacich)
- Updated internal code for Swift 5 (Bas Broek)
- Added a sound when you level up (John Atkinson)
- Cleaned up text in badge descriptions (Samyu Ravikumar)
- Fixed typos in the glossary (L Rettberg)
Thank you to everyone who contributed!
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This update improves VoiceOver accessibility for the badges (José João Junior), and fixes a bug where showing the tour again might fail.
- Titles in Help now wrap across multiple lines if you're using large fonts on your device (Marco Contino)
- Improved VoiceOver accessibility for the "Share Score" option in the home screen (José João Junior)
- Updated questions in "Properties and methods of arrays" and "Unwrapping optionals" to use firstIndex(of:) rather than index(of:)
This update fixes a number of early problems:
- Learn sections now wrap across multiple lines (Marco Contino)
- Free Coding now accepts answers using split(separator:) (Rory Slingo)
- Free Coding now accepts answers using print() and filter() all in one line (Stewart Lynch)
- Free Coding now accepts answers using isMultiple(of:) (Antoine W.)
- Badge checking is now faster (Anibal Rodriguez)
- Back and forward buttons are now shown in the Buy Books screen
- Fixed an issue where answer labels could sometimes turn white
Thank you to everyone who contributed fixes!
- 77.8 MB
- Update Date:
- Paul Hudson
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