Good app, but still quite incomplete. Also, the interface could be improved. The app's practicality makes it worth the cash It may be a little buggy sometimes too. e.g.: there was this time that i made a pnp bjt current mirror, but i forgot to plug the bases out so that current could flow from them. In a real circuit it would not work. Even if you use the transconductance equation, there needs to be current flowing through the base for it to work. In the app's circuit it worked just fine (which it shouldn't)
I had to change my rating from 5 stars to 1 star. My son absolutely loved this app until it stopped working completely. The app stops on a page stating "your free trial has ended. $14.99." And, "already purchased". Although we have already purchased the app, we can't use it anymore. And there's no way to contact the company so they can fix the problem. Don't waste your money !
This app has not only helped me better understand electronics, but I always use it as a reference guide for ANYTHING. My only problem is that I bought the full version on an old Google account which I can no longer use, forcing me to have to purchase it again. Which I can't afford to do right now. But that's my issue not the developers
nice, but too crippled for free users. imagine creating simple circuit only to find out you are limited to 5 components. not able to save. etc. also... paid version is expensive with limited components.
Could use a larger work space for more complex circuits. Also a way to make your own ic's and save for later use would be nice. Has a few bugs but overall I like it.
Simply phenomenal! One suggestion though: one should be able to orient the elements in any possible way, not just aligned to the x- or y-axis. Would help greatly in visualizing star and delta configurations.