UI needs review It works and has probably all features you need. That said, the sliding motions are sluggish, the UI on phones is horrible to setup dices (you'll finding the advanced setup menu only by reading the help and trying a while and then you'll still be confused by the controls that looks like being set up for PC users).
Loss of Pro version I had bought the pro version before after trying the free version here. However it seems that has disappeared from the store meaning I need to buy again through the app which is unfair on users who purchased before. This could be more than a few nails in the coffin of what is a good app. Hence the middle mark score.
Where is the "menu" button? I can't access modifiers because android phones no longer have these buttons... And there is no way to access them without it... Disappointing.
Don't Dn'D without it Or at least I wont anymore. This is so much easier than digging around a dice bag each attack or check. It allows me to set up several dice sets so I can just switch between them when needed. The adds are a tad annoying but they are out of the way and small. Overall I'd recommend it for gamers.
Best I've Found I went through ten or so different die rollers and this one is by far my favorite. Many others worked adequately but prime dice offers a complete package that looks great and comes the closest to taking the place of real dice. I'm only using the free version.
Feels awkward but works well It does its job quite well, even if it could use some fine tuning, but it seems to be the best physics based dice randomizer available.
• up to 20 dice on each screen
• landscape mode
• new backgrounds
• create custom d4
• Fudge dice results fix
• minor fixes