Download E-Smoker for e-cigarette apk RC1.3.2 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 235.0 KB
E-Smoker application for e-sigarette.
English language now available!!!
- E-liquid calculator
- Spiral calculator
- Ohm's law calculator for VV
- An interactive glossary of terms and abbreviations (Now Russian only)
- Widget to show savings
WARNING! In order to draw widgets, you need the application to be installed in the internal phone memory (not the memory card!). Check, in the "Applicatios" to your device installed!
- Spiral calculator now saves last results
- Ohm's law result digits color changed
- App now fully translated to English
E-Smoker.com.ua part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Jan. 25, 2013. Google play rating is 88.1221. Current verison is RC1.3.2. Actual size 235.0 KB.
Great tool! So many functions in one small app. The interface is beautiful too, especially since it's working with sliders instead of numerical input. One thing I'd love to see enhanced though: Please either give users the option to choose language on first launch - or make English the default unless Russian is the phone language. Mine is German and it launched in Russian. (Well - Ukrainian probably, I can't distinguish them) Спасибо.
Thanks for English support, but Thanks for English support, but one thing I got problem on Aosp rom I guess. Maybe it caused because of ROM, setting 0mg/ml setting force closes app.
So, good it's so easy Just what I have been looking for. Calculates all liquids separately. With a spiral calculator, plus more. You should have know trouble making your own liquid and making your own coils. The best yet
Not bad. Lot of tools in 1 app. Handy. Little more refinement and will be good for user of rba's. Terminology is still not in English.
Works well And in English
English please. Terminology part of the app appears to be in Russian.
Nice update Has a lot of Good info and well done on design. Translations made this a lot easier to play with.
Sad :( Too bad it's not in English, uninstalled :/ looks like it would have been a great resource.