Zroll's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
The option to switch Arduino types would nice. I use a Mega and currently that is not available as an option. Overall great app though!
KT7AZ's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
When exporting a .png format it cuts off the right and left edges when printing. When exporting a .pdf the font is too large. Would be nice to be able to reduce font and possibly move the text around on drawing. Would like to be able to have PIN numbers on IC’s available. Little things, I really do enjoy the app. Gary
pblair's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
I think I sold like 4 copies of this app in my circuits lab today. So much easier to use and better than other apps. Great job!
creynol5's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
Bought this app years ago and started using it again when some of my more “professional” spice programs failed to work with some of my circuit designs. I use Multisim, TINA, QUCS, LTSpice and every circuit and iCircuit handles my designs better than ALL of them! Obviously it doesn’t handle real components like some of the other programs, but for prototyping it holds it’s own with any of them (some of these programs are professional tools costing hundreds to thousands of dollars). There are things that could be improved...adding a trigger mode or two other than roll mode for a start would help. Also adding a frequency sweeping option to the sources would make better use of the frequency domain measurement mode. Update: what I’d to see added to iCircuit is a programmer’s interface to allow me to customize or create models for unsupported components, like varacters and specialized transistors...
Dewey Cheatem&Howe's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
This is a very fun educational and actually quite an effective utilitarian tool. I am an electrician with two apprentices under my wing and like using this tool to draw out how our builds are supposed to work. The oscilloscope is a great learning resource. I even admit I like using it to experiment whether I can simplify one of my own circuit designs. I’m an electrician which means I’m a “take charge” kind of guy and were relied upon to design and build circuitry to a customers needs at an economical cost. I would love to see more AC applications such as three way, four way and double pole double throw switching along with single and three phase motor(until then I just build one representing the inducers and use ohms law to calculate amp draw and output). Circuit breaker representation, and LED drivers and fluorescent balasts would be a plus too. I really enjoy the app and only have minor problems involving bugs. Other than that it is an overall “shockingly” fun app that keeps me “amped” and the price didn’t “hertz” at all and can’t wait to see “watt” you have in store for the future.
GloriousMishap's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
Over the years I’ve used professional grade circuit simulators for the pc, and I can say that while it may not offer all the bells and whistles of those simulators, that it does well for what it offers at an unbeatable price.
Bmoed823's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
App works well with what is in it. It feels incomplete. It can not simulate many basic elements for circuit design. Really wanted this to be great. Disappointed.
KRONK MAD !!!'s Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
This app has helped me in real life applications, it’s very fun to use......and now an Arduino simulator??!! I took way too long to rate this app. P.S. Thank you devs for letting me pay for the app. I am so disgusted that 90% of all apps on earth are supported via invasive and time wasting ads.
Yttirma's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
This app is amazing! It actually allows you to BUILD simulations of circuits operating in real time—just as advertised. I would highly recommend this to anyone getting into electronics, as it really helped me visualize circuits working before constructing them. It is also just a good way to learn how circuits work, and how you can manipulate them.
Ric (the) Obscene's Review of IcircuitReviewed on 9/27/19 1:23 PM
This app is a great tool for circuit simulation and teaching.