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Default [App] [Free] Periodic Table of the Elements

Hello,

I make this thread to present you my free application Periodic Table of the Elements available now on Google Play Store : https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ssaurel.ptable

Like its name indicates it, it brings you Periodic Table of the Element on your smartphone. It's ideal for students or to discover more informations about Elements .

A QR code to download more easily the app :




Features provided by Period Table :

1/ 118 elements of Mendeleiv classification
2/ Table view or list view of elements
3/ Arrange element colors by blocks or categories
4/ Search elements by symbol or name
5/ Atomic, thermodynamic, material, electromagnetic, nuclear properties and reactivity for each element
6/ Electron shell diagram for each element
7/ Holo interface
8/ Wikipedia details for each element
9/ Video details for each element


Some screenshots :

* 118 Elements in table view with zoom and pan feature




* Elements arranged by blocks




* List view of Elements




* Details of Elements




* Atomic Structure diagram




* Wikipedia details for Elements




* Prefs to configure app with arrangements or temperatures





The app comes with a little site to display changelog : http://www.ssaurel.com/periodictable/

The APK of app is also available from my server : http://www.ssaurel.com/periodictable/PeriodicTable.apk


Don't hesitate to give me your feedbacks or ideas to improve the app .

Thanks for your help.

Sylvain
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Some initial thoughts on the app.
The acceleration on zooming is too high(not a big deal since most screens are big/high resolution enough to not need zooming.)
A landscape element view would help a lot(currently every time you select an element it goes from landscape to portrait.)



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Some initial thoughts on the app.
The acceleration on zooming is too high(not a big deal since most screens are big/high resolution enough to not need zooming.)
A landscape element view would help a lot(currently every time you select an element it goes from landscape to portrait.)



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Thanks for your message.

Actually, only the Table view of Periodic Table is only in landscape.
So, when you select an element in Table View, the application stays in landscape mode if you are in landscape mode.

Perhaps, you man when you are on detail of element and you return to table view and in this case the apps change from portrait (if you are in portrait) to landscape.

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Thanks for your message.

Actually, only the Table view of Periodic Table is only in landscape.
So, when you select an element in Table View, the application stays in landscape mode if you are in landscape mode.

Perhaps, you man when you are on detail of element and you return to table view and in this case the apps change from portrait (if you are in portrait) to landscape.

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Turns out my auto rotate was off so when I selected an element it went back to portrait.

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Hello I am a beta tester from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1927116
I would like to share my opinion
Pro's - The table is very good with the index.
The video and wiki link is very innovative.
And the features of the elements is perfect.

Con's - The only con I could come up with is that you can add the crystal structure, atomic radius, oxidation number, Ionisation enthalpy of every element to it. And you can even add the isotopes of the elements (if any) with their type of disintegration.

Source : I like chemistry.

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Hello I am a beta tester from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1927116
I would like to share my opinion
Pro's - The table is very good with the index.
The video and wiki link is very innovative.
And the features of the elements is perfect.

Con's - The only con I could come up with is that you can add the crystal structure, atomic radius, oxidation number, Ionisation enthalpy of every element to it. And you can even add the isotopes of the elements (if any) with their type of disintegration.

Source : I like chemistry.

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Hello,

Thanks for your feedback. I'm going to think about your idea to add these data.

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Wonderful app! This will help me a ton through my chemistry course.

Thanks.

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