Apple has updated Swift Playgrounds, a free iPad app to teach kids of any age basic coding skills in Swift, to version 2.2. The upgrade — available at the Apple App Store — makes third-party content easier to discover and download for free directly within the app.
Also, touch gestures for selecting code are more precise and easier to use. And in version 2.2, What’s Next is smarter about suggesting new playgrounds for you to try, and the on-screen keyboard shows and hides more predictably. There are also additional bug fixes and performance improvements.