Too good to be true. This is the perfect answer to all those who say study can't be fun. Already spent countless hours and the app shows no signs of stopping.
Must Download! However, here is some feedback Before I get started, I just want to say I did pay for $14.99 for the "pro" version. However, I feel that the free version is still definitely worth a download for those on a budget. I submitted this half of the review to their suggestion box in early 2016. In component settings, it would be nice to have a "short" function (and similar others). Although there are simple ways to simulate a short, it would help me with homework and it could help in other academic applications. A professor could tell students "find the fault". Also adding speakers that play through device your speakers, component guides, and a bigger workspace, especially for the paid version. + A side app that functions like this app, but allows you to wire/customize an alarm clock/desk clock that can be used as a widget.
KJ Electronics enthusiast I find this to be an effective learning approach for both hands on as well as theory. To eliminate alot of the smoke and mirrors up front, is a welcomed and refreshing, up to date approach to circuit design and test checkout. Five stars all the way!!!
Very good.. Would be good if you could include ic's, voltage regulators and named components so you dont have to type in all the parameters by hand. Also would be good if there was some sort of tutorial/documentation/user forum as some things arent clear
Took awhile getting used to, but going from normally wiring things up to testing them first here makes it a lot easier and doesn't waste resources.
Great fun Works remarkably well. Icons take a little while to get used to but efficient once you do. Shame about the limited design area...
D, T, JK flip-flops and SR latches
Propagation delay in all logic gates
Periodic logic source
Stack mode for oscilloscope
Most popular electronics reference & calculator app for electronics enthusiasts.