Buggy and limited, but has potential I love Sage and Sage Cloud, but Sage for Android just has too many show stopping bugs and lacks key features. Sage instantly crashes or reloads the document whenever I rotate my screen. Also lacks any kind of import/export so that you can work on a different device or edit a Sage file from your desktop on the go. Still, it's like having a portable Wolfram Mathematica, so it's pretty cool.
Good idea but... I use sagemath a lot on my computer and I was really happy to see that I could use it when I'm on transport too. However the app is not working at all : for the simplest command (like 'print 3') then it doesn't stop loading and nothing is executed. Would it be possible to have an app not needing connection by compiling directly on the smartphone? This would be awesome!
Prime Example of What's Wrong with IT No user documentation in android app. I'm sure it's a powerful math processor for GEEKS AT GITHUB, but distinctly unfriendly to the average consumer.
Upon executing one of the simple examples: "The application Sage has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again". This is on Galaxy S2 with Android 4.1.2.
Not working I gave it 4 stars because i respect this effort and open source community. Please fix connection issue.
I think this application is very useful, I like it. However, an Internet connection is needed to run the programs. I wish this disadvantage were corrected.
v1.0.1: Fix connection issue, misc. bug fixes
v1.0.0: GSoC 2014 Update
v0.9.3: favorites, clean history, bug fixes
v0.9.2: Many bugs fixed, UI improvements
v0.9.1: Fixed crashing when attempting to run calculations.
v0.9: Many updates, websockets, GSoC project