Designed for iPad
- Offers In-App Purchases
All joking aside, this time you will understand how electronic circuits work. Build any circuit, tap play button, and watch dynamic voltage, current, and charge animations. This gives you insight into circuit operation like no equation does. While simulation is running, adjust circuit parameters with analog knob, and the circuit responds to your actions in real time. You can even generate an arbitrary input signal with your finger!
"This app takes design to a whole new level of interactivity" - Design News
EveryCircuit is not just an eye candy. Under the hood it packs custom-built simulation engine optimized for interactive mobile use, serious numerical methods, and realistic device models. In short, Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws, nonlinear semiconductor device equations, and all the good stuff is there.
Growing library of components gives you freedom to design any analog or digital circuit from a simple voltage divider to transistor-level masterpiece.
Schematic editor features automatic wire routing, and minimalistic user interface. No nonsense, less tapping, more productivity.
Simplicity, innovation, and power, combined with mobility, make EveryCircuit a must-have companion for high school science and physics students, electrical engineering college students, breadboard and printed circuit board (PCB) enthusiasts, and ham radio hobbyists.
Join EveryCircuit cloud community to store your circuits on cloud and access them from any of your mobile devices. Explore public community circuits and share your own designs.
EveryCircuit is free to download and use. There is an option to purchase the Full Version of EveryCircuit that allows you to build and simulate large circuits, save unlimited number of circuits, store them on cloud, and sync between your devices. It is available via a one time in-app purchase for $14.99.
+ DC analysis
+ AC analysis with frequency sweep
+ Transient analysis
+ Thousands of public community circuits
+ Animations of voltage waveforms and current flows
+ Animations of capacitor charges
+ Analog control knob adjusts circuit parameters
+ Automatic wire routing
+ Oscilloscope with I-V curves and stack mode
+ Single play/pause button controls simulation
+ Saving and loading of circuit schematic
+ Mobile simulation engine built from ground-up
+ Shake the phone to kick-start oscillators
+ IEC and ANSI circuit component symbols
+ Intuitive user interface
+ No Ads
+ Sources, signal generators
+ Controlled sources, VCVS, VCCS, CCVS, CCCS
+ Resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers
+ Voltmeter, amperemeter, ohmmeter
+ DC motor
+ Potentiometer, lamp
+ Switches, SPST, SPDT
+ Push buttons, NO, NC
+ Diodes, Zener diodes, light emitting diodes (LED), RGB LED
+ MOS transistors (MOSFET)
+ Bipolar junction transistors (BJT)
+ Ideal operational amplifier (opamp)
+ Digital logic gates, AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR, XNOR
+ D flip-flop, T flip-flop, JK flip-flop
+ SR NOR latch, SR NAND latch
+ 555 timer
+ 7-segment display and decoder
+ Analog-to-digital converter
+ Digital-to-analog converter
• Various bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Doesn’t tell you about limits until you reach them
I was making a circuit and hoped to solve my problem with this nice app, but I quickly reached a limit of free simulation
If you are learning arduino and wants to go deeper, this is the app!! (Not only Arduino, but any electric circuits )
It does some calculations for you to not burn your LEDs (or other devices) and much more stuff!
It requires a bit of knowledge but as a Arduino learner, this is a very helpful tool. If you want to learn circuits and electronic, this is for you. (I cannot say for advanced users, but it's a big YES for learners like me). The examples posted by the community help a lot.
Great job guys!! Hope to see more awesome stuff on next updates.
Good app for learning and basic simulation
I’ve been using this for a couple of years now, and it works well for visually reinforcing concepts you may have learned in class or while reading tutorials on the web or elsewhere. It saves a lot of trouble of having to breadboard simple circuits just to see the mechanics of how a particular circuit works.
Couple of improvements could be made though.
Workspace, even in the paid version, is still a tad small. You either have to very carefully plan out where to place things to keep the schematic compact, or you’ll be moving parts in the middle of a design just to make room.
There is no way to adjust the y axis on the scope function, so it is constantly rescaling that axis when you make adjustments to a component’s value. Not so much a problem with DC, but trying to observe any kind of waveform you can’t really see how the amplitude of the waveform is changing like you can on an actual scope, except to watch the (rapidly changing) scale on the y axis.
There are some quirks that sometimes give erratic results or throw up an error when you try to run them, usually a quick search on the web produces a work around, but just be aware that sometimes even relatively simple circuits can cause the app problems even though you may have a perfectly functioning physical circuit.
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- MuseMaze Inc.
- 8.9 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
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- In-App Purchases
- Full Version $14.99