Nice app , light weight and functional. I would like it if there were hints on how the elements behave, for instance Fe2 has a blue-ish color(if i'm not mistaken). And maybe you can do a quick crash course on spdf configuration, because some people won't understand it at first. You can also add a stoichemistry solver, yup that would be awesome. Apart from that it's a nice app ,very nice work of the developers you guys rock.
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I found the app to be very useful and informative on multiple properties of chemistry. The only aspect I found to be irrating is that it doesn't include the "in the present" up-to-date properties : for instance, the Photo-Triggered Full-colored Polarized Luminescence. Also, the periodic tables atomic numbers as well as their elemental alphanumeric symbols, etc..
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Honestly? Great App. It does what it needs to do, and the 5MB space it uses is perfect for phones with little memory space. I haven't encountered any issues so far, and i hope it stays that way. Good job, Most Significant Bit :) Edit: okay, I found one issue: when I'm reading something about an element, the "back" button and the YouTube and Wikipedia links are cut off. They work, but they're only partially visible. Nothing bad, just a minor inconvenience, so it's still a good job :)
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