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2 can’t-miss deals that will have you creating cutting-edge apps for Apple and Android

by Danny Zepeda | July 13, 2016July 13, 2016 11:40 am PDT

If you’ve got a great idea for an app, but no idea how to get it off the ground, let us help.  Right now’s the perfect time to score a pair of great mobile development courses for Apple and Android, and have your big app idea up and running in no time. And if you act fast, you can land both deals combined for under $50.

The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course


Price: $1,498 | The DEAL: $29

Get started developing iPhone and iPad apps using iOS 10 – even before the much-anticipated new mobile operating system hits the market. In this 80-hour training, you’ll learn all the basics of iOS programming as well as the new features of iOS 10, including heightened artificial intelligence capabilities, better Siri functionality, and more.

With just weeks to go before iOS 10 drops, learn the new ways of Apple app development and getting the jump on other developers. In this bundle, you’ll also receive Complete iOS 9 Hacker Training, another 90 hours of training that’ll walk you through building 100 different apps from scratch.  Get this limited time deal now for just $29 before the price goes up.

The Complete Android Developer Course – Build 14 Apps


Price: $199 | The DEAL: $17

Round out your app building skillset with all you need to know about Android development.  In this 31+ hours of intensive training, you’ll get familiar with Android M, Android’s latest platform, as well as how to build to all that environment’s multiple strengths.

Project-based lessons will lead you step-by-step through the creation of 14 different apps, including Uber, Instagram and Flappy Bird clones, a currency converter, a favorite places app and more. At over 85% off, it’s another all-inclusive learning bundle too inexpensive to pass up.

Danny Zepeda

Born and raised in Southern California, Danny grew up on a steady diet Pixar, Star Wars and Steven Spielberg movies. Unbeknownst to him, this was...