Best Windows 8 Apps
5 March 2013
so nice to pop on the computer and quickly be able to check on the properties of a specific element.
3 March 2013
This app is one of my favorites I have on my computer. I use this periodic table just about every day for college work, and it does exactly what I need it to do.
2 March 2013
im doing this for no ads
1 March 2013
great for my science homework and projects
28 February 2013
I am taking General Chemistry and this application was extremely helpful, thanks!
I should not have to suffer through this because the app is free....You should pay me for my time.
27 February 2013
This is a great app!
25 February 2013
Good full table
18 February 2013
Simple yet accurate.
15 February 2013
this helps ALOT!!
14 February 2013
this app is awesome
11 February 2013
Has all the information I will ever need nice and organized.
9 February 2013
theres almost no room for improvement, I mean this has all the periodic table info any student could possibly need.
5 February 2013
Serves the purpose of the Periodic Table + more with helpful facts about each element! Like someone else said, its very similar to Ptable.com, but I don't see how that's a bad thing!
3 February 2013
One and only periodic table with full details on App Store
16 December 2012
needs one or two minor updates. It would be great to have units for all properties. Although most of the units are known to the professional user, most people would surely appreciate SI units for all the different properties. I personally would very much welcome a complete overview of all valences for the elements, eg. Iron 2+, 3+ and 4+ with the most common highlighted! This would be great !
Other wise great job BEST PERIODIC TABLE TO DATE!
13 November 2012
loved the orbital config .... wow ...
27 August 2014
This review focuses on what the app does not have, which is:
. Yep, exactly, it seems to have everything. You can compare everything from the physical state of an element at 273K (and there is a slider to change that), you can look at the melting points, you can look at ionization, you can look at density, etc., and it is all nice and color coded for you.
The reason I don't give it 5 stars is that the slider (which is present on more than just the physical state) is very difficult to control, ranging from 0 to 6000 (which means that comparing between 200 and 300 K is hard because you have to move your mouse slowly). Additionally, certain properties (like the physical state) have only one variable (such as temperature, in this case), as opposed to being able to control 2 or more very important variables (the other in this case being pressure). Apart from not showing pictures (which isn't a big deal), there isn't much else that can make this app better.
6 March 2013
This is a really cool app. At first I thought I was just getting a periodic table to be able to study over but in addition to that is also gives you a brief description and explanation of the element you swipe your cursor over. The only thing I dislike is that the app is really slow opening and freezes for a few seconds every once in a while.
Easier than finding it in my textbook
very handy for quick reference
Good app does just what it should, have recommended this to my students that need a little extra help.
23 February 2013
I wanted to see the shells of the atom with their electrons
21 February 2013
These freaking stupid ads. everything else rocks
19 February 2013
It's very informative, and looks plain.
So, Now We've got an app for our Lab
Overall its good. But it still has room for improvement like animation, and other information about the elements
17 February 2013
Fun and simple to use. Works great and well put together.
16 February 2013
This app is dead simple to use and can give you everything from basic information to electron configurations. You can quickly and easily pick what you want to see displayed so you're not overwhelmed with information. Clicking on items like melting points, atomic size, etc. lets you see the all-important periodic trends. And it's free!!! Cool!