This isn't the only time I've given an app a 5 star rating, but I wish it were. This app is impeccable. it has clever advanced functionality like copy & paste working seamlessly, a full featured package manager (even if you're not rooted!), even more up to date python than I run on my main openSUSE machine, etc., but absolutely no bloat or gimmicky bells & whistles. the developer is clearly a humble genius who deserves any support you can afford
Good enough for writing code on it on the go. Apt-get, Git and Emacs (with billion packages) work flawlessly. even ASCII roguelikes!! In Emacs, I can also use touch commands when I feel like it - clicking, scrolling, pinch zooming. Using real PC apps makes even legit Play-Store apps feel like toys. Termux's user interface looks like it's well thought out for multiple use scenarios and is really useful. There are other terminal apps, but this is the one that gave me the least problems and that just works.
Awesome, the only request I have is to make the window resizable as I'm using it on a Samsung S8+ with DeX I'd give my right arm to be able to resize it. Tried Termux:Float with DeX and it didn't work not does DeXMAX either. Would easily uprate to 5* with the option to resize, would even pay for a plugin like the other options as well, don't mind.
Have been looking to use Linux Deploy but it's obviously a long messy procedure. Then I came across this beauty. For someone like me, having a terminal is necessary for wherever I go and this app just gave me what I needed. However there's a scope of improvement. It still lacks a lot of tools(metasploit framework, xprobe2 etc.)
It used to work well. But after I switched to Android O on my Nexus 5X there are some problems with the storage. I can't use 'ls' in most of directories (says 'permission denied' or just nothing) and the 'mc' (file explorer) also works not well (problems with the directories). I've done pkg update/upgrade and then termux-setup-storage. And it wasn't help.
This app has become an incredibly valuable tool that I use on a daily basis. Even without root access on your phone, you can install many useful Unix command line utilities. It's also great for SSHing into remote systems.
• Fix possible crash when using the Copy/Paste/More dialog.
• Ignore C1 control codes.
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