I've been using this app for several years now, and I gotta tell you.... best app ever! It has been a lifesaver. If I hadn't been able to do the majority my programming while on the go, there's no way I would have made it through college. There's no question that without AIDE, I would not be the programmer I am today. In fact, I probably would not have been able to pursue programming at all. Thank you AIDE developers!!
Cannot handle long lines of code. I paste in a string of only a few hundred characters and the app becomes unusable with visual glitches and unresponsiveness. File type doesn't matter (I tried putting the data in a separate file), the app simply can't handle 'long' lines.
I like being able to learn these concepts in an easy to understand language. However, at some times, the system seems to assume that we know how something not yet taught should be done. I'm also upset that the lesson concerning backgrounds is locked as incomplete because there is no problem it keeps telling me there is. Overall though, pretty neat, I like it.
Pretty much a waste of time. It's unable to compile my existing android studio projects, and doesn't give me any error messages. If you want to write a toy 'HelloWorld' I suppose it's adequate.
It's amazing, I'm glad something like this exist. That that being said, I got this weird bug where it crashes after a save when you implement services. If the devs could look into it or at least tell me what's going on I'd appreciate it.
Was once a great app - isn't anymore. This was a very good app a few years ago, but it got so much worse that you can barely use it without buying the premium version (15€). Now you can't even save a file without having to pay. And the popup saying that you should buy the premium version comes up every few seconds. Also the support for this app got much worse over time. In 2014 there were updates nearly every week. Now this app only receives an update every few months. Please stop squeezing this app for money!
New: Support NDK development on Android 8.0 ("Oreo") devices.
Improved: NDK support is now delivered via Google Play
New: Updated Google repository and Android Support Libraries to latest version
New: Support for Multi-Window Mode for Android 7 (Nougat) and above
Improved: Updated Android Support Libraries
Fixed: Problems with Iterator class
New: Support for Android 7.1
Improved: Updated Android support repository and Google repository to latest version
Dcoder compiler: a mobile code compiler ide,where one can code, learn Algorithms