Beyond Expectations IDE worked flawlwssly in Nexus 9. I used AIDE on an android development project (only Java) while traveling. I did not miss much from the Android Studio. I could even consider working from Nexus 9 instead of my computer more regularly. I worked with a Bluetooth keyboard, and along with the debugger, this IDE is quite complete. The debugger mode is a bit slow (not prohibitive or the like, not worse than actually starting up the official android virtual devices, for example). I would definitely recommend.
!Free Save feature issue A really solid app, if only there was a free save feature. Seems really lame to have to pay for a premium license just to save a file. Makes you wonder who the developers intended to use the free version of the app, because no one in their right mind would pay $9.99 for such a basic feature unless they were desperate, and even then, there are better alternatives than this shovelware
Cant download c++ I cant download c++. It gives me an error. If fixed higher rating. I get the error that a bunzip error has occured
Best app but contain some bug Creating lolipop app not fully supported. LollipopShowcase from github does not compile which work on Androis studio.
Not like it looks I'm not the best developer but i know that if an IDE dosn't recognize R.id is not good enough for anything. Maybe is just a bug, solve it
5 stars, without a doubt, unreservedly (for AIDE & Designer). Dropped to 1 star for push notifications. 5★'s for apps, 1★ for tutorial. When they were released, I immediately purchased the licenses for AIDE and App UI Designer. I give them both 5 stars. Until now, I've been impressed with every appfour app I've used. I've been coding small things here and there, but nothing serious. I finally decided to learn Android programming in earnest. Since appfour has been great so far, I decided to trust them once again with their tutorials. I bought a year's subscription for access to the new lessons as they are released and to help support the developers. I'm very disappointed in the tutorials: They are helpful at first, when the concepts are simple, but not so later; you cannot back up or examine the code after you finish a lesson; they show examples, but offer no explanations. The feeling I get from all this is that they were in a hurry to get subscriptions and released the tutorials before they were ready. If you don't know Java or anything about programming Android, I highly recommend you wait before investing. appfour dropped the ball on this one, but don't get me wrong, I still have faith they will make the tutorial worthwhile, eventually (I just hope it's sooner rather than later).
Fixed: False compiler errors
Fixed: Minor issues
Fixed: Enter key not working on some keyboards
New: C/C++ console projects
Improved: Support new Android Design Support Library
Improved: Support latest Android libraries
Fixed: Disambiguate Maven dependencies
Fixed: Debugging in Java projects
Fixed: aapt crunch was not called on all images
Fixed: Support for nine-patch images
Fixed: Startup crashes on Android 4.0 to 4.3