I subscribed.... As I want to learn Java and code an android app. Tutorials are very good and for what it's worth I've had no problems with the subscription and/or premium key error. If you're new to Java I recommend highly.
Cool but hate subscriptions The software is good so far, but the subscription for all lessons bugs me out a bit, they should have been included in my opinion. Now I just end up using competitors apps instead to learn programming. So this app developer loses customers by being greedy.
Great Toolset but intrusive ads This otherwise great app is severely let down by the pushing of Appfour's subscription services for learning to program - even to the point that not even purchasers of this key are immune to intrusive Notification area ads that take you straight to a checkout screen for their subscription. I was happy enough to pay for the premium features (which include many basic pieces of functionality, not least: Saving!) but the marketing tactics are now becoming obnoxious.
Decent app. The app looks awesome. Few gripes to be had though; premium key occasionally malfunctions, the keyboard occasionally gets stuck after disappearing and only shows back up after rotating the device or selecting text and de-selecting (as if to cut or copy). Also, the sensitivity for selecting code, while the keyboard is visible, is kind of finicky, leading you to unintentionally scroll down very quickly, selecting lots of unintended text. Really annoying, but only a minor concern.
Cool, but lacks support for libgdx Hi appfour! This is a really great app, but lowering my score down to 3 stars as I'm struggling to continue developing my libgdx game which is currently in github. I tried adding the libraries within AIDE but it seems to require massive work to accomplish this. Would rate it back to 5 stars if I can easily continue working on a libgdx project from pc to aide and vice versa. Thanks.
Was 5 stars, without a doubt. 1 star rating retracted for now. ORIGINAL: Sure, it's not perfect, but it's so much better than I could do! How great is it to write Android apps entirely on the Android. And now, with C support. It's getting there and well worth the relatively inexpensive price they are charging. I'm a happy camper.
Android 5.0 Lollipop support
Fixed issue where key is sometimes not recognized
Preparation for next AIDE release
Cache licensing information longer
Fix caching of licensing information
Reduced size of installed package