Great app. The only thing I don't like is the old Web blue in the menus, but that is a miniscule problem. I urge the makers to make the same with other treatises. I would love to help with the grunt work (taking down images and text), I just have no programming skills in Android. PS: The spear plays are not opening for some reason.
Fiore in your pocket! We have often gotten into a breakdown of a play and only had one or two of the manuscripts on hand to study when we really wanted to see it depicted in all of them. This will make training so much easier. No forgotten manuscripts and no hunting through pages!
A Must-Have for HEMA Enthusiasts I have only been poking around this tool for five minutes, and I am incredibly impressed. It's smooth, laid out well, and comes with features I need but didn't even know I wanted. The ability to add my own notes in each play, as well as to quickly swap between versions of the manuscript for comparison is simply ingenious.
The Perfect Tool for Historians and HEMA-ists Alike This app works very well and allows quick access to plays one would otherwise have to spend precious minutes or even hours digging through the manuscript for. Good for quick access during classes or for researching and studying specific material in a timely fashion. I love it!
My only problem is mainly how sometimes Fiore will tell you how awesome a move is, but never quite explaining it in detail. Otherwise, this is a very handy quick-reference app for HEMA practitioners. :)
A Great Way to Study! Just spending time in the small minutes of the day studying Fiore has significantly accelerated my learning. The ability to see identical plays across manuscripts is also very helpful!