DroidEdit Pro Mod Apk (Premium, Paid For Free). It could happen. You might be sitting on the bus when you get hit by incredible idea for a game that will be as popular as Angry Birds. So you whip out your phone, open an app and before you’ve reached your destination, you’ve already thumb-typed most of the code. All you have to do when you reach your office is upload the graphics, submit the app and wait for the money to roll in. It’s unlikely though, isn’t it. It’s more likely you’ll be sitting in a bar with your friends when you get an angry text from your manager telling you that there’s a bug in the code and you need to fix it right now. So while your pals are swapping jokes and drinking beer, you’ll staring at your Android device looking for a mistake in thousands of lines of code.
DroidEdit Pro Mod Apk – App Screenshot
- Several color themes
- Infinite undo & redo
- Search & replace
- Auto & block indentation
- Keep opened files and changes between sessions
- Open files directly from dropbox or a file manager
- Character encoding support
- Keyboard shortcuts (List below)
- Share documents with other services (dropbox, email, …)
- Preview HTML files in browser
- Bracket matching
- Go to line
- Run Scripts in SL4A directly
- Configurable Shortcuts
- SFTP/FTP support
- Dropbox, Drive, Box support
- Custom themes
- Run external commands through SSH
- Root mode
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Reviews Of App
Evan Wills: I’ve been using DroidEdit Pro to do coding when I don’t have access to my laptop for more than a year and it’s great. I use it mostly for web related development (HTML, CSS, JS, TypeScript, SQL and PHP). I’ve tried a couple of other code editors for Android but have not been impressed. I love its extended keyboard, which puts all the programming related keys in easy access. It also has great syntax highlighting for most of the languages I use (but not TypeScript or graphQL)
Gedeng Visc: Really good. I like the themes and a nice editor for pgn files with multiple entries. I also like how you can keep the free version as well after you have purchased the Pro.
Pajamas Bin Laden: Favorite editor but… i have a rooted phone (galaxy note 8). for some reason this app fails to write to system, daya, any partitions that are normally reserved for root user ops even though i gramt the app root user authority. other than that i love the app. it’s intuitive, simple and effective. it does what it is supposed to do without the superfluous fluff that is burdening contemporary apps
Thomas Castleman: Great Mobile IDE with Git integration. However, does NOT have syntax highlighting for shell scripts. If it just had that, and also preferably bracket matching as well, I would give it 5 stars. But as it stands, it’s great for small programs or making changes in small areas that are uncluttered.
Robert Ackling: Excellent editor for text, code, whatever. I started off using the free version for many months and now I have transitioned to the paid version. Well done DroidEdit, I look forward to even more features and improvements.