I've been doing fractal art for over 30 years on desktop computers (I "cut my fractal teeth" on an Amiga in the early 80's). I only recently started fooling around with doing this on my phone, assuming that most (if not all) apps that would do this on a handheld device would be oversimplified and underpowered. I was both shocked and impressed by this app...easy to use, but deep enough to stay interesting, and remarkably powerful. My hat is off to the author, and I expect to be spending a bunch of time playing this.
Just wanted some cool visuals, didn't realise a maths degree was required. No attempt whatsoever at a tutorial. How hard would it be to add some simple text explanations? I don't want to invest a chunk of spare time to studying this and all the preset gave me was a small, static Mandelbrot spread across 3 screens on a horrible blue background. Maybe I'm too stupid for this, no thank you.
This app creates great fractals, but produces an error when I try to save the image. So I uninstalled it.
Very good app. I would like it if it had color cycling like FractInt because I always enjoyed changing the palat and illustrating the fractal geometry by watching colors go inward or outward.
One of the straightforward apps that has quality resolution output, alot of samples, wide range of palette choices. ⬜Please change the palette back to the old method. The new method doesn't give much choices but the old palette allows you to have more multiples of hues and to individual change colors so certain zones are effected.
I cannot rate this app highly enough. No app is perfect, but this one comes very close. I have used about a dozen fractal apps over the past 20 years on several different platforms. The quality of power and usability has varied widely. Some have been easier to use than Fractview, but they sacrificed power (they didn't have the versatility of Fractview). Some have been more powerful than Fractview, but they sacrificed usability (the user interface was so complicated that it required an advanced math degree to configure it). Fractview is as close to the perfect balance of usability and power that I have yet seen in a fractal app. Even the non-essential user features (such as locking rotation) are extremely well thought out. The user interface is a mini-masterpiece of shallow and depth. I'm still figuring out some of the features, but I have groked so much intuitively without research that my hat is off to the designer. Thank you, Sir or Madam! I have a small wish list of features that I will attempt to communicate to the developer. Simple things, mostly. I am a fussy guy; I whine about irritating, annoying sloppy design and things that don't work properly. I have found NONE of that in this app. Get it. It does not disappoint.
Added some fractal types, confirm zoom, fixed bugs