Definitely worth it. Having Android Studio on your phone or tablet is huge advantage over using it on a computer. Apps get installed directly on your phone is better than an emulator. The actual lessons themselves, I did not find very useful. Personally, I downloaded an android book "Head First Android Programming" and performed the actual lessons on AIDE. I work full-time and have a family so this is the best option for me.
its ok git username is not saved i need to input git username over and over again. logcat viewer is hard to filter. some dependencies like aws deps and firebase cannot be fetched. but so far. good app
Premium Key Malfunctions Whenever I turn on/off my phone I find it difficult for the premium key to be recognized by AIDE UI. This slows down my projects. Otherwise its a great app. Correct this and I will rate 5stars
Stopped working Auto install is not working, will click but I still need to accept the install which was one of the primary reasons to buying it...
well worth it see my review for aide. the off-line docs downloaded but don't appear to get used. it just takes up space. git integration is pretty good. someone like me misses all the other stuff i can do with git on my ws. but there is enough to get the job done.
Thank you! Thank you for fixing my previous problem with license
Improved: Android 6.0 compatibility