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You can learn how to make mobile apps for $8

Aug 26, 2015

Learning how to make mobile apps is a useful and potentially lucrative skill to have, as the popularity of smartphone-based apps only rises. Now there's a series of video courses that will teach you those skills for whatever price you deem fair.

The Mobile-First Developer's Bundle on StackSocial offers a pay-what-you-want model, Business Insider reports. The average customers pays a little over $8 for the videos, while the highest payer forked over $126. The course's total value is estimated at over $1,700.

The videos cover a range of topics, including Android development, HTML5, iOS 8 mobile app design, and creating native apps in WordPress, among others.

The cherry on top is that 10% of the proceeds goes to charity. "10% of the profits from your purchase will go towards Creative Commons, who develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation," according to the product's page.

Over 17,000 bundles have already been sold, with over $13,000 raised for charity.

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