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Great job!
This is the second Python app I've purchased for my Ipad, and I love this one! It has a ton of features, and is so neat and tidy! Just perfect. My only wish is that Dropbox support be added at some point. Other than that.. I wish for nothing! 5 stars
Davidonabus on Aug 28, 2012 for version 1.0
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Excellent !
Very polished ! Pretty much the best Python implementation on iOS !
natcl on Aug 15, 2012 for version 1.0
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Really impressive
Update: I'm knocking this down a star after using it a bit. It definitely could use some more work to make it less tedious to use. The extra keyboard takes too much space--I don't need to see the numbers all the time. There's no quick way to move a whole line. And auto complete needs to be more aggressive: if the word is anywhere in the file, offer it as a choice. --- Not sure how much use I can really get out of this, but it's still really impressive. You get a solid code editor, very fast access to Python docs (worth a few bucks right there), plus custom Python modules optimized for for creating touch based games. The included examples are great showcases for what you can do with very little code and are fun (if simple) in their own right. My kids love the cute tile memory game. The app itself feels very polished for its first release. It elegantly switches between the editor and console, and looks beautiful with several top-rate font and color choices.
Jaymerica on Jul 23, 2012 for version 1.0
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Wow. Fantastic. Just Get It.
I write Python and C# professionally. This is an amazing app for iPad. I have been looking for dev apps for a long time; I have Textastic, Python for iOS, etc - this beats them all hands down. This is not as good as a true desktop IDE, but it is good enough that writing real code on iPad is now a feasible and enjoyable experience. Just get it. Some suggestions for devs: - Option for tabs to spaces - Backup to Dropbox or iCloud - Import external libraries somehow (NumPy, etc) - Organize library into folder hierarchy - Select multiple lines and (un)indent
rSmoke on Jul 22, 2012 for version 1.0
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Python beginners & veteran programmers. This is the one to get!!
Powerful editor and Python-centric keyboard make this THE python app for iOS. The developer is a great guy who is quick to respond to any questions you may have. If you are just learning Python or are a programming veteran just looking for a mobile solution, Pythonista is the app you are looking for.
appwielder on Jul 18, 2012 for version 1.0
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Great app
Definitely has the potential to be the premier python coding/experimenting app for the iPad. Compares favorably to Textastic and beats Koder hands down. I would recommend this app to Python students and experienced python programmers looking for a mobile option.
Khamenei on Jul 18, 2012 for version 1.0
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This is the first app I have reviewed because it is the first one that has blown me away quite like this one. Very impressive. Kudos to the developers. I don't mean to throw stones but I started with Python for iOS. These two apps aren't even in the same league. If you have to make a choice, get this one.
Revmike238 on Jul 17, 2012 for version 1.0
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Polished and thought-out
This is the best Python app out there, bar none. Great to see this level of detail brought to a coding app--the rest tend to be scrappy free-time projects.
Veltiss on Jul 14, 2012 for version 1.0
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Python on the iPad
I bought this app since it looked interesting, and after some playing with it, I was amazed. This app delivers everything it promises and more. To give the user an idea of the app's power, the creator included example python programs. One draws an analog clock that displays the current time. Another one draws circles where you touch the iPad. My favorite is a matching game where you remove adjacent tiles that are the same design by touching them. I played it for a little bit, and then I looked at the source code to see how it was made. The code was very well written and organized. I decided to modify it a bit so there were only 2 types of tiles. It was easy to find what needed to be changed and what to change it to. A few moments later, I was playing my newly modified (and much easier) game. There is a lot of documentation, both for the python language and app specific libraries. There is also a large library of images and sounds to use, and an easy way to choose them. There's also an option of using a command line interpreter to run python code. This program has crashed twice on me so far. Both times I was erasing an existing program by holding down the delete key. I was able to avoid this problem later by turning off automatic text completion. Otherwise this program has worked fine. I'm very glad I picked up this app.
acw1251 on Jul 12, 2012 for version 1.0
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A Really Great Start!
Wow! This Rocks, and it's only version 1.0! It is only going to improve from here on in, I'm sure. There has never been a better time than now to get involved in learning a programming language - especially when you can make your own games with it - so come on, download this and dive in! The supplied examples are great, and are well-thought out, although I would personally like MORE! I would particularly like some examples of how to include control buttons / on- screen joystick controls, D-Pad controls, and FIRE button etc. as well as including power-up's & how to have multiple levels within a game. Phew! Don't want MUCH, do I? Many thanks for a terrific first effort ! : D
Good Re View on Jul 12, 2012 for version 1.0
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