Nice app I like it, but I would like to point out few things: 1. when I download a molecule it won't let me find it, so please add a way to search files among my documents. 2. I want to download the whole library not just one molecule at a time, I couldn't find a way for it. how can I do that? 3. When I click the back button I expect to go back, while this closes the application altogether and I have to start all over again
Asus Prime fail It doesn't work well on the ASUS. The geometry is not recognized and I have to close out of the app to get back to the menu. The graphics look amazing, and the controls work very well, though. Four stars for the look and controls but two stars for functionality, so I give it an overall three stars.
Excellent so far As a comp chem pg I can see myself using this a lot. Works amazingly fast on nexus 7. The features I need most right now are the representations options as per vmd, and PDB animation (e.g. recognition of seperation of frames by END card), then I would be able to work from my tablet (no idea if that is a good thing to be doing, mind). Unfortunately that feature is not present here. My only criticism of current features is the tendency for the add hydrogens button to over protonate everything in a pdb, but then I doubt anyone expects to use their visualiser for protonation anyway.
Almost perfect. It would be really cool if the functionality was expanded to drawing the molecules with a wedge and dash system where they could be converted to a ball and stick model. Would help me with organic classes very much. Great app though.
It failed to detect the geometry which was located in /org.atomdroid/Libaray/. I like it! But a problem I met is that, it failed to detect the geometry which was downloaded from the server and located in /org.atomdroid/Libaray/. Please go on improving it and thanks for your great work.
AtomDroid. Somewhat clunky but I still love it. Excellent at work, almost perfect just needs polishing. I'd have been happy to pay for this. Thank you!!!
* initial support for ribbons (no sheets yet!)
* higher thresholds for computing tasks allowing for bigger systems
* recently added molecules tab for server
* smaller fixes
Mo-cubed: Build, Search, Compute, Analyze, and View 3D molecular information
A personalized guide to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in NYC.