Nice touch port but ... Vim was designed to be used with terminals and emulators. It's nice to see an Android experience of it' but really I was just looking for a vim bin that was compatible with the android environment. Basically, this is cute but there are 1000s of better editors for Android devices. I was just looking for one to use in terminal sessions. Not an independent emulation of the experience. I have no idea what use this would be for other than to say "neato".
I was skeptical at first, how well could via work on a mobile, but.... WOW! I'm amazed at how well this implementation is, it's entirely intuitive (as intuitive vim can be, that is, incredibly for those familiar, not at all for newbs), and just plain awesome. I've always desired a more powerful text editor on Android, & it doesn't get more powerful than vim (no offense to emac-ers)! Now if only I could getting some actually getting work done on this darn thing!
Needs Work 1) Being that my device is rooted, I set in preferences for it to use root powers; but the moment I did this and granted root access to it, it wouldn't open, so I had to reset it, losing all my settings! Please fix! 2) Edit vimrc fails! It's looking where the file isn't stored and would be unwriteable there anyway! (in /data/.vimrc)
Vim on your phone Being a vim user for more than two decades now, I really appreciate that I have vim on my phone, including the option to use a Bluetooth keyboard. A USB Keyboard on a USB Hub doesn't work, but that's not the fault of vim, that's the fault of my phone (Samsung Galaxy S3).
Life has never been the same after installing this My god what a game changer! Word of warning: I noticed some .vimrc file edit problems on lollipop, but my KitKat devices are very happy with this app! Thanks so much, developers. You changed how I perceive Android.
Buggy, horrible, time-waisting For example: fullscreen, indenting and commandline zooming don't work properly. What a waist of my time. One star is to much. This is not an finished app. Why did you made it online
- revert it back to Vim73
- removed unused permissions
- Fixed crashing on Android L devices.
- Only support API-16 and above
Keepass2Android is a password manager compatible with KeePass 2 (.kdbx) files