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DroidEdit featured in Ars Technica

DroidEdit featured in Ars Technica

DroidEdit is by far the most flexible of the the text editors we tried


DroidEdit on ReadWriteWeb

DroidEdit got mentioned in ReadWriteWeb:

DroidEdit is a free source code editor for Android. It has Syntax Highlighting for the most popular coding languages and can open files from Dropbox or other file managers. Need to edit some code while away from your computer? DroidEdit is the app for you.

Featured on Noupe

Noupe has just given DroidEdit some attention as one of the 20+ Free Android Apps for a More Productive 2012:

For many web design and developers, being able to access and quickly modify source code from our mobile devices is the dream. Okay so maybe less of a dream, and more of a necessary evil at times. Rather than discovering the problem on a mobile device and waiting until you can access your computer, just being able to get the job done quick and easy. With DroidEdit Free that dream is brought within reach.

DroidEdit on AndroidCentral

DroidEdit got some attention from AndroidCentral:

DroidEdit is a free text editor for Android devices.  With syntax highlighting for many popular programming languages, and a very light look and feel (it really reminds me of nano, my favorite Unix editor), it is a great way to code on the go, especially with a Transformer or a Transformer Prime.  I’ve always thought that phones or tablets just aren’t designed for serious work, mostly because there are no tools designed to do any real work with them.  DroidEdit is a great first step in this direction, and will make your Android device (especially a tablet) a tool that can be productive as well as play games while you’re sitting in an airport or home on the couch.  It’s free (ad supported), and works on all devices running Android 2.1 or higher so there’s no real reason not to give it a try if you’re looking for an app to edit a bit of code.