iMolview Lite

iMolview Lite


Explore the fascinating world of biological macromolecules:
iMolview lets you browse and view in 3D protein and DNA structures from Protein Data Bank, drug molecules from DrugBank, and small molecules from Pubchem. Search for drug names like 'ibuprofen' or 'gefitinib' in DrugBank, or proteins like 'insulin' or 'thyroid receptor' or pdb code in PDB. Information associated with each molecule in these databases is also at your fingertips. Sync and view your own structure files via iMolview folder on your sdcard. Molecular view can be customized with a rich set of molecular representations (wires, balls-and-sticks, space filling, ribbon diagrams, molecular surfaces) and various coloring schemes. Select residues, atoms or chains and color or change their representations individually. Set 'inertia' to the maximum and let your molecule spin in 3D indefinitely.
Please write to support[at]molsoft.com with any problems so we can follow up with technical details.

IMPORTANT! The current version has a problem with certain old HTC phones. This issue will be fixed in the next version.

Recent changes:
Release Version 1.3
* Added ability to draw 2D molecule and convert to 3D

Release Version 1.25
* Fixed small bug in residue numbering in the construct sequence

Release Version 1.2.4
* Added interface to Pubchem database.
* Original construct sequence is now shown in the bottom sequence view.
The missing parts (chain breaks) are colored with light grey color.
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About iMolview Lite
Explore the fascinating world of biological macromolecules:
iMolview lets you browse and view in 3D protein and DNA structures from Protein Data Bank, drug molecules from DrugBank, and small molecules from Pubchem. Search for drug names like 'ibuprofen' or 'gefitinib' in DrugBank, or proteins like 'insulin' or 'thyroid receptor' or pdb code in PDB. Information associated with each molecule in these databases is also at your fingertips. Sync and view your own structure files via iMolview folder on your sdcard. Molecular view can be customized with a rich set of molecular representations (wires, balls-and-sticks, space filling, ribbon diagrams, molecular surfaces) and various coloring schemes. Select residues, atoms or chains and color or change their representations individually. Set 'inertia' to the maximum and let your molecule spin in 3D indefinitely.
Please write to support[at]molsoft.com with any problems so we can follow up with technical details.

IMPORTANT! The current version has a problem with certain old HTC phones. This issue will be fixed in the next version.

Recent changes:
Release Version 1.3
* Added ability to draw 2D molecule and convert to 3D

Release Version 1.25
* Fixed small bug in residue numbering in the construct sequence

Release Version 1.2.4
* Added interface to Pubchem database.
* Original construct sequence is now shown in the bottom sequence view.
The missing parts (chain breaks) are colored with light grey color.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Simple, useful, powerful I've been looking for a good molecular viewing program for a while since I'm working on modeling for my masters and this one's the best by far. Simple pdb look-up is wonderful, and having pdb metadata on my phone is incredible. Structures are displayed intuitively and tools are functional. The only criticisms I have are: selecting individual atoms is frustrating, and that I can't figure it how to adjust the slice width which also makes selections frustrating.
A Google User
Aug 19, 2015
Just terrific Great for teaching stereochemistry and molecular structure. Thank you!
A Google User
Aug 12, 2015
Droid Turbo Works very well.
A Google User
May 20, 2015
Wonderful Very good eductional tool
A Google User
May 17, 2015
Must have Extremely fast. May be designed for tab, but works just fine for small displays as well.