Pyonic is the best python interpreter of the present. It is strange, but I didn't found any alternative handling input("type something: ")... I couldn't open my python files on Android 11, and handling multiple inputs were less smooth than I thought(but proceeded successfully, by not pressing the button, but below the prompt) There might be few things to improve on, but I would say that it's quite good & stable!
1 person found this review helpful
Crash, crash... crash-crash-crash. It did work... all right, if a bit temperamental. But I recently (today) dusted off the Python course I had stopped a few months ago, and I barely got through 25% of 'Classes and Methods' before >CRASH!< as I was sayi—>CRASH!< UNINSTALLED, and Rated 2 Stars. And that was being generous.
25 people found this review helpful
So far, works well for simple tasks. Clean design and no interruptions. Would be cool to see a custom keyboard eventually that is more python coding friendly, like has parens, brackets, commas, and colons at the ready.
3 people found this review helpful