Partseeker has been updated to version 3.4 with many bug fixes and behind-the-scenes improvements.
Changelog Version 3.4:
• bugs fix and performance improvements;
• support for the latest Android versions;
• layouts fix;
• adaptive icons support;
You can find it on Google Play Store.
Announcing our first Amazon Alexa skills… LED Resistor Calculator, and Ohm’s law Calculator.
They are a little piece of Electrodroid that can help you get the resistance needed to limit the current in a certain type of LED just with your voice, or to calculate voltage, current or resistance applying the Ohm’s Law.
After you activate the skills you can say for example “Alexa, ask LED Resistor Calculator what resistance do I need for a red LED with five volt“, or “Alexa, ask Ohm’s law Calculator the voltage over one kilo ohms and a current of one milli ampere“.
If you appreciate the idea and would like to get other features and Electrodroid calculators that can be used with your voice, activate and rate the skill with 5 starts, it would be a great encouragement for us.
We are looking forward to trying out the new skill and letting us know your opinion.
We have updated Electrodroid for Android at the version 4.8. This version fix some bugs, updates capacitors marking codes (EIA Class 1, tolerance, voltage), and add more formulas in the Pro version.
You can get the free version on Google Play and Amazon app store.
The PRO version is available here:
– Google Play
– Amazon app store.
In the past days we have released an update for ATmicro and PICmicro Database apps that fix a pinouts rendering problem associated with the recent Google Chrome 72 release.
You should update the apps as soon as possible to avoid compatibility problems and keep the apps full working.
Download from the Play Store:
Download ATmicro Database
Download PICmicro Database