Very useful. Worth the price. The application is the only one that does a decent job in the offline regime. So far it managed to do all it was supposed to. It installs the missing packages unnoticeably fast! The only drawback is the lack of some basic functionality like searching the text, syncing with the output pdf file, jumping from the error in the log file to the corresponding spot in the text, better integration with Dropbox ( like not having to have a separate directory for the app), etc. Hopefully, the developer considers these basic needs in near-future versions. Then the app will definitely become irreplaceable.
Nice, but would rather pay for it than put up with the ads This seems to work great so far, though I miss bibtex support. The ads are pretty awful though. A paid version would be most welcome.
Well done Lame Android Hero I have tried a couple of other LaTeX apps for android. This pleases me because it is local. I am buying the paid full version
Disappointed I used to love this app, but it's been bogged down with ads. Almost better without.
WARNING: MALWARE This app DOES NOT produce PDFs from Latex. In fact it doesn't seem to do anything remotely useful at all. What it DOES do is advertise at you with banners and full screen ads.
In Android Nougat 7.0 when installing the basic system it gives me an error: Cannot run program "busybox" (here showing some path) Error=13, Permission denied
* Support EXTERNAL SD card in Android 5.0 Lollipop: use menu command "Grant SDcard access" on the action panel, pick the external SD card folder to grant the app access to it. Note that this is only applicable on Android 5.0 Lollipop; 4.4.x Kitkat users have no choice but only compile files on INTERNAL sdcard.