This app is more of a tutorial on learning a variant of C than it is a circuit simulator, and the developers make that very clear when they refer to components (diodes, etc) as "instances." To further my assertion, the 'users manual' (lindentree webpage) is over 600 pages of script learning and software programming, but the actual 'manual' to use this app is an inept five or so paragraphs of incomplete suggestions in the 'Help' section of the app, and even then the devs couldn't resist the temptation to liberally sprinkle software programming jargon throughout. As I write this, I still haven't been able to place more than one component on a fresh schematic. This is because while the devs succeed in tutoring me in an obscure computer language, they utterly fail at showing us the very basics like part placement; or if they did show us, it's at least a five-step process. To this day I still don't know how many steps it takes to get a resistor and a cap on the schematic...
Like this app lots! Like it so much that I'd buy it....which I will soon! :)
Bad app Very bad app
I cannot run even sample circuits! OK I have bought pro version since review there are promising. After fiddle a while I can say this is the only SPICE app running on android with comparable power as Ltspice. You can see its power here only with bandgap sample circuit which is tailored to show full analysis strength. Do not waste time on other samples they are crippled.
Superb So far it's 100% stable and fast too. An exceptionally well thought out interface makes it easy and intuitive to use. Overall it's one of the finest bits of software I've used in a long time. I'm off to buy the full version...