C programming language has been around for decades and is still ranked at the top of the programming languages used and studied today as described by Sawyer (Sawyer, 2012). It has become the lingua franca of computer programming. Novice programmers tend to make mistakes in syntax and semantics. The researchers were then developed to develop PseudoCon: A Pseudocode to C Code Converter for Learning C. The researchers chose to follow the experimental pre-test and post-test research method and have been guided with the Iterative Development Model for the development of the application. Testers of the application who evaluated the program found Pseudocon to be efficient. The researchers of this study then concludes that Pseudocon has been a success.