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.
In the beginning the developer added "Tutorials" and the premium key didn't allow you to access them, you had to pay. Then now I see the developers option, again the premium key, a 10$ premium key, doesn't allow you to access those features, you have to pay. And you are constantly bombarded with ads to remind you your 10$ premium key worth nothing! Pretty much any update, except for the routine maintenance, will be a paid one. Really greedy developer!! THIS APP IS NOT WORTH THE MONEY!!!
Awesome, less 2 stars for... Losing the link between premium key and aide ide if not on WiFi for several days. Can't save large projects even if you purchase the key. Currently on WiFi and aide ide wants me to purchase key again. Not happening. Started since last 2 updates, even though this update has nothing new from the last.
Key doesn't work Unhappy now. Every time I open AIDE it says to upgrade to the developer license. I tap "no thanks" but if keeps appearing. I've got the premium key. It used to work before.
Aide would be better if...... It stopped asking for the developer key after it has been purchased. Worked on the work flow of the app by improving the menu system. And stop trying to scam it's loyal customers every time they log on.
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
Improved: Android 6.0 compatibility