This is a great app! Very resourceful. I learned that there are more particles than those on my mind. I didn't even know there was something called the Xi baryon! Just one thing: there are a bit too many ads that are being a bit invasive. it would be great to remove them or put them somewhere else. otherwise, awesome!
I really want to like this app, but I have a few things to say that, if not changed, might cause me to eventually just uninstall it. First, there are too many ads that are particularly invasive. Can you at least put them in the fringes of the app to increase user experience? Second, while it's cool to have all these stats in one place, it's baseball cards. Beyond the 17 or so types of particles in the Standard Model, I don't know anything about what the rest of these are, and I'd like to. In fact, I've been reading about particle physics for the better part of a decade (usually in news media) and this is the first I've heard of most of them. What are they? What part do they play in the grand scheme of things? How do you pronounce them? I'm a high energy enthusiast, but my day jobs are accountant and musician, and my first question upon opening the app was "what's a delta baryon?" There are few places to go for people like me who want to continue learning about particle physics beyond what's covered in regular media, but who do not study particle physics for a living. If the app was a bit more informative regarding its contents, the ads might make it seem worth it. I might even pay for it.
Its quite good, but what could make it even better would be an option to make it SD card-able. Also I think you have misspelled 'lambda' as 'lamba' =)
The "Part" eye don't under-stand??? the """PART""" ThaT (e)y(e)<!> i donT '''stand-under''' is the: '"PART,LES''' xxx $©‘…DO YOU UNDERSTAND? nOW:((( i see le parts
Good reference tool too many ads
Many thanks! Superb and superior. I simply love it.
+ On back pressed bug fixed
+ Optimizations made