Impressive I've tried a small handful of editing apps and this one is the best. So many customization options but not at the cost of ease of use. Google drive (and other cloud services) integration makes it even better. Like someone else said, a markdown preview feature would be an amazing addition , one I'd be happy to pay for
SUPPORT FOR SFTP!!! If you're a student, and you like to work on programming assignments on your Android tablet, this is quite literally the best app on the marketplace - bar none. For those of you who don't know what SFTP is, it's Secure File Transfer Protocol - or FTP over SSH. It means you can edit files on a linux server as though they were local with full support for syntax highlighting. This app, in conjunction with JuiceSSH, allow me to do absolutely everything I need when it comes to C development, all from my Android tablet. I can't say enough good things about this app. 11/10 with rice.
Nice Notepad Everything works as one would expect, however when trying to view pages checked out from git, I get an EACCES style error because git was staged in the app's data directory, Chrome can't read it. Please either open up perms on that directory, allow us to specify a per-repository root, or drop me a line and I'll help you fix it.
Good App for reviewing a little bit of code, view log files, or in emergencies even change some lines at the phone. Even more powerful with a tablet and a keyboard. The only important thing missing is syntax highlighting for markdown. I really can't understand why they would not support it. Overall, it's worth its price.
Editor of note! Honestly, of all mobile editors, DROID edit is sincerely one of the best. There is no bias here either... If you're an one's and zero's freak like myself and you enjoy "Notepad ++" then here is the mobile version! if not better. well done to the developers!
Delays and Pauses with Android 6 This was my main code editor until my Note 4 was upgraded to Android 6. Then its performance degraded. There are now delays and pauses (of a few seconds - enough to make you go "aghh!") while I type or scroll. I do not see this behavior with other apps so there must be some kind of incompatibility with Android 6.
★ Pocket Git has been released:
★ Fixed mime type on drive files
★ Other small bug fixes
A free simple HTML editor with shortcut buttons that eases typing the tags.