I don't mind ad supported applications when they are free. But ads that popup while the app is in the background and a different app is active are unacceptable. Not sure how this app managed that, but none of my other ad supported apps do. Exiting the ads brought me back to this app. Uninstalled after 2 interruptions in another app. As for the app, it had no features over the similar aSql editor, which is equally incomplete, but had no invasive ads.
will not save changes absolutely useless! while it will open sqlite databases, WILL NOT CHANGE THEM! Seriously, what's the point of making a gun that can't fire bullets?
Aggressive adverts Too much messing around closing down adverts and the whatnot. Not clear in interface terms. Linked text too small to click on, meaning you get wrong information easily by clicking the wrong item.
Solid, but no ad-free version Great db viewer with root. Yes its annoying to use but its a demo version. Unfortunately the paid version has ads, so i will be trying something else.
Intrusive advertising When running in the background, the app comes back to the foreground to show you full screen ads. Totally unacceptable. Also it wouldn't open my app database, with an error that my app database is not a database. Other apps open it fine.
Ads are obtrusive I don't mind ads in an app. In fact, I encourage them if done right b/c that way the developer is financially able to keep working on the app. Unfortunately, these are full page ads (and Play store launches) at random times. Not a good idea in an app in which users will be editing system files. I will have to go back to aSQLiteManager, the open source app this is based on.
* FIXED BLACK SCREEN BUG & CRASHES
* FIXED ROOT ACCESS PROBLEMS
* ADDED CRASH GUARDS