Pyonic Python 3 interpreter

3.8
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About this app

Pyonic interpreter is a graphical interface to the Python programming language interpreter. You can run Python code and see the results just like on the desktop, with some user interface enhancements for mobile usage including additional keyboard buttons, autocompletion and doc query.

This version of Pyonic interpreter is for Python 3.6.

Pyonic interpreter is written in Python using the Kivy graphical framework, compiled for Android using python-for-android. The code is available on Github [1].

[1] https://github.com/inclement/Pyonic-interpreter
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Oct 14, 2017

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3.8
577 reviews
A Google user
July 21, 2019
For starters its mainly for phones, the landscape mode didnt work on my pixelbook - it crashed on startup and had to uninstall and reinstall. The auto option crashed even earlier and harder. Do NOT use them. On the plus side: it's free. it has no ads. it has no in-purchases. So all you lose is a little time messing with it. minus side: it's pretty much alpha code. I would give it 2.5 stars really, but i couldn't quite justify 3. I must say I could do complex statements and import math, etc.
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Bence Pásztor
September 19, 2022
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!
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Michael Car
April 1, 2021
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.
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What's new

1.3.1: Fixed several bugs causing crashing on older versions of Android.

1.3.0: New file browser and support for loading and executing a file.

1.2.1: Minor bugfixes.

1.2.0: Added support for input function.