It's the best periodic table app ever
Needs updated and more info. Elements 113 through 118 have been created and given official names. Please add what information you can on these. I would also like the app to show a bit more info on the other elements too. I'm looking to use this app to help me with chemistry homework, but it doesn't offer the Oxidation states, Ionic charges, # of valence electrons, or electronegativity values that I desperately need! Good graphics and great style. Easy to read. A zoom feature would be wonderful. I'll give five stars for these additions!
Useful little program There are some zooming/color sorting features from iOS's EleMints that I'd like to see, but this little tool is enough for a phone (it'd be lacking if put on a tablet). Only issues I have with it are the lack of a swipe up/down on an element card to view details, and the fact that searching for cesium didn't give me results for Caesium. It isn't exactly gushing over the product five star material, but it's a good thing that chemistry students would appreciate having if in a pinch.
Needs Updated Information The app is great, some information needs updating. Some options like turning on/off what you do and don't want shown on the elements would be nice. Being able too zoom in/out more to be able to see the complete periodic table on a phone would also be nice. Good app! It just needs a bit more flexibility.
Some bugs in a beauty The app itself is extremely beautiful. Perfectly user friendly. However, there are some problems with the electronic configuration of many of the elements I've noticed. For example, the electronic config of zinc is written as in the app, [Ar]3d^1 04s^2. As you see, it should have been [Ar]3d^10 4s^2. The zero in ten for the 3d orbital of zinc is separated, making the config to be read as 04s1 and 3d1 which is wrong. Its just a syntax problem. Easily fixable I guess.
• Fix for crash when clicking en element in landscape.