The app is very good and I use it synced with my Android Studio to program on the go. I only wish that I could pay for the lessons once off and then as compromise as I complete the lessons I have to buy them again perhaps instead of paying an annual fee? Please notify if this is possible?
Develop Key I fixed this problem myself. it's due to my phone's permission management. Secondary launch was disabled and this app needs to invoke Google play store to verify the status of key. [I have to open Google play store first otherwise this app will spam ads even if i have bought dev key. Can you fix this problem? Other apps I bought on Google play could work normally without Google play store being opened. The functionality is sufficient for app development on mobile.]
Awesome work these developers are doing. I don't use the app very often, but I am always looking for updates and seeing this project continue. I'm not a fan of the subscription system, but the subscription is only for the tutorials. Pro version is a one time purchase still.
spams paid users and currently refuses to save my files as incentive to buy dev license. very disappointing. this is an incredible app and that fact is blatantly abused. again i paid $10 for this app, which is already a little absurd, and i am spammed with offers whenever i attempt save my project.
This app sucks. It gives you a prebuilt hello world. The only thing it lets you do is change the font size twice and change it to hi world. No other actions are allowed. Then it forces you to pay for the app, without providing a cancel option. I had to trick the app just to write this review. I had to agree to buy the app, then click back before it connected to the market place. All I learned is the font size "60sp" (whatever "sp" means) is half an inch. It took over an hour to download and within 2 minutes I had finished using it to its max potential. I'll never use a product by this developer again.
Useful concept but the latest version introduces bloating advertising for the paid version which makes the app nearly unusable in its free version. A little coherence here would have been appreciated. You might as well have made this app pay-only instead of ruining the free version.
New: Support for Multi-Window Mode for Android 7 (Nougat) and above
New: Updated Google repository and Android Support Libraries to latest version
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
Fixed: Problems with vector drawables on pre-Lollipop devices
New: Support for Google Firebase libraries