Awesome! However... This is an awesome app that functions exactly as you'd expect. The only flaw is that, when using the custom keyboard, there is no obvious way to get out of parentheses. Add arrow keys to the keyboard to allow you to move within a line entry and this is a six-star app! In the mean time, use your default device keyboard to move around.
Awesome While buying an android tablet, my friends discouraged me showing no efficient soft like matlab available. Now I can smile on them. This app is great but need to improve more. I more library files required along with better GUI. Hope the developer will give us a real alternative to matlab.
Better than Octave Addi puts Octave to shame. I had to do some work on my PC using Octave and it snagged on the ! operator, and doesn't show command suggestions like Addi does. This makes me love my Asus Slider all the more.
Awesome! Needs mobile interface I really like this app on my tablet. However, there is no good way to recall your last command like with the up arrow on the desktop version. Suggest adding gesture support for that.
My Favorite Productivity App, hands down As a physics major I have to do a lot of work with MatLab which isn't available for the android platform, much less my mobile phone. I stumbled across this app completely by accident and it's been fantastic. It's great for quick computations if you don't want to use the standard built-in calculator, it's got substantially more functions, can run .m files you've written on another phone or on an actual computer, and with the plotting and mapping packages available it's indispensable in a pinch if you're tr
So far, so not good Not helpful. Entering a=[1 2 1;2 3 1;3 3 3];b=[3;7;8];a\b yields "ERROR: DoubleNumberToken: divide: dimensions don't match. size(a) yields 3.000 3.000, size(b) yields 3.000 1.000. Entering a and b shows that they're assigned correctly. With identical input, Matlab (correctly) returns 3.667;0.333;-1.333. This is literally the first thing I've tried with Addi. I imagine that there's something it does correctly and well but this is not at all encouraging.
Minor: Help info prints now from experimental interpreter.
Major: Got Octave built for Android. To use Octave interpreter instead of existing one, go to preferences/settings and enable it. It is not the default as there are some obvious issues to work through (plotting, help, etc), but this is a huge step forward and I perceive no major technical hurdles in solving them at this point.