Google has officially released the Blockly 1.0 for both Android and iOS platforms. It is a significant update for creating block visual programming, which was first launched five years ago. Its original purpose is making it easier for developers to code when it provide drag and drop editor. With this update, developers can now use Blockly natively on Android and iOS to create videos for their mobile apps.
If you are interested in Blockly 1.0, you can do straight away. Google has also introduced iOS Codelab which is learning materials and code samples for devs in order to use Blockly on iOS. A similar class for Android will be released soon but the time frame is not clear. Although Blockly targets to encourage kids to get a fun via making codes, it has also been used for various significant projects such as Scratch Blocks, Code.org, and MIT App Inventor.