Review from Sal Skare
First decent gcc for android I've ever seen This app does everything. On my computer I spend the majority of my time in a terminal, and it's a functionality I greatly missed in android. This app is not only a great terminal emulator, it comes with the best keyboard on the market (far superior to the hacker keyboard) and the only decent C compiler I've ever used on android. You can tell the author is a native linux user that knows what they're doing (Nothing worse that a Windows user struggling to write a decent bash script.) Would have been willing to pay for this one.
Wow! Boy was I impressed by this one. This is not something you will get me to uninstall any time soon. I am using it on my ASUS Tf101 with attached keyboard and it works pretty slick. Not yet used to the keyboard idiosyncracies yet, but its not much of an issue really. I get the feeling like this IDE is just at the beginning and it is already very functional. As more tools get ported to Android, this is only going to get better. If you like a no frills commando-style IDE and you have an android device, this is definitely for you.
Pretty nice Terminal doesn't support all the functions, but ssh and telnet actually work pretty good, setting up extra command for ssh is minor inconvinience. And it works not only through usb but over router as well. Regarding compilers. Well g++ does not have STL, but java works just fine. And soft keyboard that comes with it is pretty handy: finally i have tab key on my phone and some handy shortcuts too =)
Amazing I just can't rate this high enough, I would give 6 stars if I could, has turned my nexus 7 (2012) into something motte useful than my old eee (704). The OSK provided is the best for things of this natured. I use it for anything similar including ssh/terminal/addi. Having a full programming environment is invaluable to me, it high quality and free. Thank you. If I had to find a flaw (and it's a minor one) the keyboard is still not ideal. If I am going to do anything serious I use my snap on BT keyboard.
Awesome This is a very powerful application. I have it running on a spare phone, and I use it in tandem with my main phone to learn the C family of programming languages. The only problem, and I'm sure this will be resolved in time, is no CPP headers. That's not worth docking any stars though, so this gets a full 5. Top notch.
Great completely free app. One suggestion though. Please add zsh as an optional shell for serious command line users. Perhaps even throw in grmls config if possible. If need be I can offer my help where needed. Maybe even an option to chose default shell the terminal starts with. Aside from that this deserves applause and donations. With the support for USB devices from android like keyboards this becomes a somewhat productive environment for scripters and coders on the go. Vim said enough for me.
Wow! Fantastic app! Does everything I could ask and more! Practically enough tools to be a full Linux distro and all without rooting the phone. My only complaint is that it hasn't got the c++ standard library. It can compile c++ code but it doesn't have the library. This is made up for by the fact that Terminal IDE has ssh, all I have to do is ssh into my desktop and run vim & g++ from there. As a computer science student this app has allowed me to replace a laptop with my tablet. (Saving me a bundle because I already had the tablet and desktop)
v2.02 Fixed missing PERMISSIONS..
v2.01 - Fixed first bug wave..
- Fixed crash when accessing telnetd / ssh help.
- spelling mistakes in help..
v2.0 - GCC 4.4.0 :-)
- make, ctags, & taglist vim plugin.
- links 2.7 web browser - DNS works on this.
- Full tutorials explaining how to compile C/CPP apps.
- READ ALL THE HELP / TUTORIALS!
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