Definite Potential A couple of annoying problems spoil an otherwise good program. The App crashes when adding a subcircuit or trying to select an already existing sub circuit. Managed to get typed parameters to work by rotating the screen.
Outdated and Not Functional This was a really good concept. Development has been stalled for over a year. Sub-circuits break the app several UI functions do nothing. Many random crashes.
Pick your OS wisely Andriod download = crap. Iphone download = ?. Windows version = even bigger crap. Mac version = excellent. ( hence icircuit ) ( probably first built with swift then lazynes kicked in)(hence the miss spelling of laziness)
Only app I've ever purchased And loved it for a long time, until something screwed it up on the S5, where I can't type or change any values. PLS FIX T_T..... wait bumping it up to a 4 star, ut works with the free floating keyboard but not the normal one, but yeah other than that this app is the best one you'll find on any phone
Can't change values Had this app on my iPhone and it worked wondrously, got a galaxy S5 and now I can't change any values by typing. I tried changing an opamp rail voltage to + and -5V but it won't let me type, keyboard shows up but typing does nothing, please fix!
This app is a great tool. But on my new model android tablet I always have trouble naming a component and manually typing in a new value on a component. I can tap on the area where the value goes in many, many times and it still won't bring up the cursor for me to type a component name or value. It can get very frustrating at times. My iPhone, no problems. Please fix this or if there is a fix already, please advise. Cheers.
Newly updated for Lollipop