Ok but missing crucial desktop facility The ONLY reason I bought this was so I could have a somewhat similar experience on mobile. However the critical feature of "random" as an entry is sorely missing from the mobile version. It cannot be too tough to implement what is already an auxiliary action on desktop on mobile, especially given that the desktop platform is free.
A usually superb tool sadly compromised by crashing This is a superb app for finding out detailed information about almost any subject. It's like a searchable and automatically cross referencing encyclopaedia. Sadly I'm finding the app currently unusable because it crashes every time it produces a report. Stock 6.0.1 Nexus 6P.
Options menu in the way The options menu is in the way of the integrated keyword wolfram offers, defeating its purpose entirely and forcing you to turn it off. Fix this.
Unfriendly keyboard While Wolfram Alpha is quite powerful and useful, the keyboard in this app is difficult to navigate. Two boards with several layers makes it hard to remember where some symbols are located. More focus needs to be paid to UX (and UI for that matter... no application should have 3/4 of the screen real estate dedicated to a keyboard).
It works. Bit programmy on the commands so simpletons like me need to learn it. Useful and made my college course waayyy easier.
A sham Good for doing abstract math problems and personalized trivia-- that's it. No access to economic, financial and commercial information like NFP, LTE, NHS, commercial paper, corporate debt, or even USDJPY -- one of the world's most liquid financial instruments. What little info there is i cant manipulate at all a simple comparison or correlation coefficient). Limited geo maps. This app is better than a it was a year ago, but there's still more work to be done than not.
- Bug fixes