CppDroid - C/C++ IDE
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Learn coding
- Bad user interface
Learn C/C from your phone.
The CppDroid app lets you learn how to code right from your phone. It helps you complete C/C codes and gives your real time diagnostics. The app lets you work offline and features detailed examples, tutorials, and learning guides. It's great for beginners and moderately experienced.
An app for anyone wanting to learning coding, it gives you samples and helps you learn to complete codes.
The interface doesn't always match up well.
* code complete *
* real-time diagnostics (warnings and errors) and fixes *
* file and tutorial navigator (variables, methods, etc)
* static analysis *
* smart syntax highlighting
* portrait/landscape UI
* auto indentation and auto pairing (configurable)
* configurable code syntax highlighting (themes) *
* compile C/C++ code (no root required)
* works offline (built-in compiler, no internet connection required)
* great C/C++ code examples included *
* detailed C++ tutorial and learn guide included *
* add-ons manager and auto updates
* Dropbox support *
On first launch CppDroid extracts SDK (about 150Mb) and downloads and extracts examples and tutorials, so about 190Mb of internal storage space is required. It can't be moved to sd card because of android security.
Start learning C and C++ by examples (menu / Project / Examples) or tutorials (menu / Project / Tutorials).
Advanced paid features (marked with *) review:
+ Android 5.0 compatibility
main function without argument not supported
Really amazing app. Makes u to learn faster.... Thank you
Great IDE for c++, only paid for no ads otherwise its pointless haha! Some strange glitches with empty files caused some crashes. All round quality user interface.
Unable to evaluate because add banner blocked the entire editor.
Even if i type perfect code ,it shows error in c programs and automatically the app gets terminated .
Mast hai bossss
Try as I might I couldn't create a C project. Everytime I went to save a projecr it was saved as .cpp. Reporting of compilation errors was atrocious - it literally just said "compilation error". Banner ads were the last straw.