99 ratings (4.374 average)
What's new in this version (4.0):
- Brand new physics section
- New theme and UI
- Improved functionality for 10" and 7" tablets
- Drastically improved spectroscopy section
- New sections: statistical mechanics and soft condensed matter
- Additions, tweaks and improvements to data
- Stability enhancements, speed increases and bug fixes
NOTE: due to structural changes, any custom equations you have made will be deleted. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
The extended version of Formulae, a physical sciences reference app. This app is suitable for people who want to study chemistry or maths on the go, or are just a little forgetful with all those important formulas! Contains chemistry, physics (NEW!) and maths content, including functional groups, named reactions (including mechanisms) and, of course, loads of equations.
This is the Pro version which has more features than the free version, including:
- Custom equations: create your own equations, and send them to the developer
- Integration of Lab Tech beta, Espiandev's new app!
- the warm, fuzzy feeling from supporting a poor undergraduate
- Multipane UI for tablet devices
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Last comments from Android Market
Nice swipe feature. Would be nicer if swipe message did not appear after each swipe. Good app looking forward to next update.
Using android on desire get force close and bug report when clicking on functional group within functional groups tab.
No more bugs! Physical constants, nuclear chem, common polyatomic ions, and solubility rules would be interesting to add. Rmv message to swipe finger.
Using android on desire no more force close on functional groups but also no swipe action contradicting the message that says there is
Would love it if it included more Ochem, especially for spectometry: it would be the only app that had it and a must for ochem students. Good app tho