Fast app but missing info Downloaded a pdb and the app does not show the name of the file anywhere... controls are not convenient - stuck in settings dialog - best separate them out to own menu item
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!!!
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.
Good app Its ok, but a bit clunky, how do you join atoms together that you have already set up, trying to make a benzene ring but I cant get the final c-c bond
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.
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.
* initial support for ribbons (no sheets yet!)
* higher thresholds for computing tasks allowing for bigger systems
* recently added molecules tab for server
* smaller fixes
The simulator for constructing formulas of organic and inorganic formulas.