Physics Forums

Physics Forums


This mobile app is an easy way to read and interact with the Physics Forums community. Physics forums for professionals and students to discuss serious issues and topics regarding physics in theory, practice, study and reality. Students may find help for homework and career perspectives.

Recent changes:
Version 3.13.27

General:
- Bug Fixes
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About Physics Forums
This mobile app is an easy way to read and interact with the Physics Forums community. Physics forums for professionals and students to discuss serious issues and topics regarding physics in theory, practice, study and reality. Students may find help for homework and career perspectives.

Recent changes:
Version 3.13.27

General:
- Bug Fixes

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A Google User
Apr 24, 2015
Grat app Cool app. Really helpful. easy to use. It's nice being able to get help from others with physics problems.
A Google User
Mar 31, 2015
LaTeX? Without latex parsing, I often feel the necessity to go to the site through my browser which defeats the purpose of this great app. If this is fixed however, then it at the very least deserves 5 stars because the layout is smooth, it's easy to navigate and the convenience is there.
A Google User
Mar 1, 2015
LaTeX compatible would help I would five stars but the other people are right. The app should show the equations properly whether it is a super/sub script or a complex equation.
A Google User
Jan 14, 2015
Good but latex display problem It is a good app but the latex formula display is a problem. How to display the formula, please?
A Google User
Jan 7, 2015
Doesn't parse the TeX What use is a physics app if it doesn't parse the LaTeX ? The other forum app I have on the StackExchange parses it no problem, so it IS doable. What's wrong with you? It's like making an English - Russian dictionary app which doesn't support Cyrilic encoding..... You might be surprised but physics is in fact math, so you can't just use English...
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