Greedy Developer I'm brand new to Java and trying to learn Java from a book for the very first time to prepare for my upcoming Java classes at CCSF and it prompts me to buy the app every time I try to do anything before I can figure out how to make my project work. I can't learn with this app.
Nice job! It's incredible how full-featured this app is for professional development, especially given it's a mobile app. Git, refactoring, logcat, Java debugging, Dropbox, NDK, you name it! I like to use this with hacker's keyboard and some terminal emulators. Update: works great with Android N, and team has been very responsive to any issues I encounter. You guys rock!
intel premium key stopped working I had premium features activated with intel sponsored keys and after latest upgrade it stopped working and started nagging me to upgrade.
Monthly payments? Needs root? Root invalidates my warranty and breaks updates. And what's with monthly payments? Who do you think you are, Udacity? Uninstalled
Spamming Seems like a great way to learn, but daily push notifications that I can't find a way to turn off is unacceptable.
RetroLambda support Would be nice if AIDE supported it, but other than that it's pretty decent.
New: Updated Google repository 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
Fixed: aapt issues with latest support libraries
Fixed: Gradle 'exclude group'
Improved: Updated repositories to latest version