Great Content-Producing App This app has a great user interface with how they implemented the tools. In a matter of minutes I noticed I was flying through it. It is not secret that tablets are great at content consumption but content production has been a challenge. This app, at least for me, defies that. I was able to produce two great looking block diagrams for work very quickly from my sofa. I am also an Inkscape user and it was very important to have SVG export. I tested it out with Inkscape and it looks great! So far I have not come upon a negative for my usage.
Good app, but... Been trying to go to the website to check out custom libraries for some time, but their website is either blocked or down or something else. Was going to get the unlock key, thinking I could get access to UML and the Cisco libraries, but the site being unavailable takes away the incentive for me. I can do the basics, which is acceptable for what I need, but the other libraries would be a handy thing
I can't read the fonts even with my reading glasses The fonts are so small I can't get started with the app. There is no way to pinch/zoom so I read whether to select "arrows", "computers", etc. Just too difficult. There is no font size control. Perhaps it will be readable on a tablet versus a 4.5 inch smartphone display. Uninstalling now
Fantastic app for network design, would like to see additional features though! I will try and be constructive, because positive heavily outweighs the negative. I agree with earlier comments & would like to see some additional features. Buttons are small on Nexus 7, zoom buttons are pointless & taking up space. Use of layers would be welcome addition & curved connectors would also help. I might be asking a bit much here but interoperability between this and Diadiagram would be a dream come true then I could design on the go and tweak them on PC using larger screen. I would ditch Visio
Good but needs work and polish A good effort where a few tweaks would deserve 5 stars but... Resizing objects is problematic as text doesn't seem able to wrap. Should work like PC programs where each object has 2 resize modes: a) resize points that can be grabbed and moved to resize horizontally, vertically, or by aspect (horizontally and vertically) (best); or b) Droiddia's current method as a object sub menu choice. In either mode word wrap should be automatic. It isn't. Also, some menu titles haven't been translated into English
Good, but not great Graph elements are visually appealing, easy to place and manipulate. Element property buttons get in the way of doing things fairly often. Can't export to anything for editing on desktop as far as I can tell, despite using the Dia name and an extension similar to .dia That said, it was easy to graph out some ideas while laying in bed.
new - final Cisco library is available on our pages. Go to www.droiddia.com.
fix - BPMN Gateway object - inner symbol was not saved. Thx. Alex N.V.
fix - Arrow symbols - bad descriptor in righ-corner object. Thx. Soni B.