Every EEs best friend I wish I would of found this earlier in school. For a basic SPICE program in your pocket and your home computer this is pretty awesome! The graphics are what sold me, plus the easy to use components as well as seeing real time values with the changing results. This program has really helped me with re-emphasizing various topics for my capstone. Only complaint is not enough bread board space for larger circuit projects.
One day is not a long enough trial period! From the looks of it it is a very good app, unfortunately one days free trial isn't long enough to decide if you want to shell out £12 on the full version. So you loose one star for that and another star for the £12. That's a bit much don't you think? I don't really want to spend £12 on an app that I may only use a few times a year!
Amazing App So easy to play with. I have VERY limited electronics experience but it has helped me to understand many concepts. Could do with more space, labels and the ability to make a component match the data sheets available on the Internet. eg transistors. I can't figure out how to make a 2N3904. But it keeps improving! I've had it a few years now and I would hate to loose it! Love the new printout capabilities!
Free version is too limited The free version will only simulate 5 parts. When one of those is power and another is ground, that only leaves 3 parts to use. Best circuit you can simulate is an led with a resistor and switch. Not enough to give me a real trial of the app. It should allow at least 10 parts in the free version. I refuse to pay $15 for an app I can't try first.
It is actually very good The app has powerful simulation engine and is very useful for basic circuits using RLC & diode & transistors. It also has gates and flip flops. But it's component library is not big enough. I mean ready integrated circuits like the 74 series or something similar are missing. And it would be great if it had a schematic drawing only mode (no simulation) in which we can just simply take box, pins and labels and make IC's as per our need & create our schematic.
I am learning way more than I thought possible I have no background in electronics or electricity. 63 years old and I wanted to build a couple circuits. This is showing me how to draw a readable schematic. I can see if what I'm putting together will work or not. Change values of components before turning them into toast. On my phone, I can show someone what I'm trying to do and ask for suggestions. Well worth the price for the full blown version. Hours well spent with this and looking forward to many more.
D, T, JK flip-flops and SR latches
Propagation delay in all logic gates
Periodic logic source
Stack mode for oscilloscope