Pretty, but limited Great idea, mesmerising. As much as the underlying algorithms are praised by the authors, I found them all too limited, though. Particles that fly "off the screen" continue their journey on the other side of the screen, gravity, however, doesn't extend in the same way. Designed that way? Maybe, but an option to enable/disable wrapping for both particles and gravity would be nice. Don't need rational numbers for pixel size, that's an integer!
Glad it's availible for Android I used to have this app back when I had an iPod touch and loved it. I'm so happy to see it for the android now! The only things that would be good is a better way to make a screenshot and for the other Scott Snibbe apps to be available. I have a Galaxy S III and the only way to take a screenshot is to swipe the screen which messes up the design.
Great, but has a LOT OF FLAWS with Galaxy s6 I absolutely loved this app. I could get lost in it for hours, and sometimes I play with it for maybe 1 minute before it force shuts. When I purchased the app it worked great and flawlessly, but I don't think the developer has updated it AT ALL and it has become hard to use and sometimes impossible to use with current devices. I wish it would be updated so that I have the same experience I began with. It crashes every time and doesn't have a settings menu anymore so I can't change the colors or sizes.
Evenly matched kindle verses razr m But both have problems. Kindle is its own fault because you can only use 2 fingers at a time. but on my razr m the gravity cuts out if you get the particles moving too fast. fix and it'll be 5 stars
Beautiful! A creative, relaxing, and delightful app! Who needs recreational drugs when you can use this ;) . Seriously, though, it really is astonishing. (A little unstable maybe, i.e. crashes once in a while, but maybe that's just my phone hiccupping)
Can't access settings (Fixed) I like this app, but on my LG G3, there's no way to access the menu that gives me all of the customization options. It might be a good idea to have the back button open the menu rather than exiting the application. EDIT: nevermind, I found it. Just press and hold the button that takes you to the application manger thing that lets you close individual applications by swiping them to the side.