1. QuickEdit Text Editor – Writer & Code Editor
QuickEdit is a text editor that is optimized for use on both phones and tablets. It is suitable for both general and professional use, and can be used as a standard text editor for plain text files, or as a code editor for programming files. QuickEdit includes a range of performance optimizations and user experience tweaks, with faster speeds and greater responsiveness than other text editors commonly found on Google Play.
The app has a variety of features, including an enhanced notepad application with numerous improvements, code editor and syntax highlighting for over 50 languages, and the ability to edit system files on rooted devices. QuickEdit also allows users to access files from FTP, Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive, and includes a handy tool to edit INI, LOG, TXT files and hack games. Additionally, it supports both light and dark themes, and is optimized for usage on phones and tablets.
Users can easily navigate between multiple open tabs, show or hide line numbers, undo and redo changes without limit, display, increase, or decrease line indentations, and select and edit quickly. Physical keyboard support, including key combinations, is also available. The app supports smooth scrolling both vertically and horizontally, and allows users to directly target any specified line number. It also features a search and replace function, supports input of hex color values, and automatically detects charset and encoding.
Users can preview HTML, CSS, and markdown files, and open files from recently opened or added file collections.
Mimo provides free coding lessons designed by professionals and focused on real-world projects. Users can solve bite-size coding challenges, build websites and apps, and practice with coding challenges to develop their skills. The app also offers a mobile integrated development environment (IDE) that enables users to run code and build real-world projects on-the-go.
With Mimo, users can learn programming languages and solve coding challenges at their own pace, with lessons designed to fit into their daily routine. The app’s interactive curriculum and bite-sized coding lessons make it easy to learn to code and build a project portfolio. Mimo’s mobile code editor works like an IDE, enabling users to write real code wherever they are.
Users can enjoy the learning process while collecting colorful points and competing with other players from around the world.
DroidScript simplifies coding and makes it ten times faster and more manageable than using the standard Android API. The app’s API is user-friendly and designed to protect users from hardware variations and differences in Android versions, making it suitable for use on the multitude of phones and tablets available.
DroidScript allows users to develop native or HTML5 apps, or Hybrid Apps using the built-in WebView control, utilizing the power of the modern Chrome browser engine in every type of app.