Periodic Table 2021 PRO 4+

Chemistry in your phone‪!‬

Nikita Chernykh

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 350 Ratings
    • $2.99


The chemistry falls into to number of the most important sciences and is one of the main school objects.
Its studying begins with the Periodic Table. Interactive approach to a training material is more effective than classical. As in it technologies which became the family for the modern pupils are used.

Periodic Table - is a free application for iPhone which displays the entire Periodic Table at startup interface. The table has a long-form approved by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) as the core. Besides the periodic table of chemical elements, you can use the Table of solubility.

Differences PRO version of FREE:
- More interactive tables
- Continuous addition of new application information elements
- More information about the additional elements
- Conductivity
- Electric type
- Magnetic type
- Bulk magnetic susceptibility
- Specific magnetic susceptibility
- Temperature Superconductivity
- Color of the item
- Density
- Refractive Index
- Coefficient of thermal conductivity
- Electronegativity
- Valence
- Radioactivity
- Half life
- Molar volume
and much more

- When you click on any element provides information that is constantly updated.
- For most of the items have an image.
- For more information, there are direct links to Wikipedia for each item.
- Table solubility
- To find any element you can use the search. The search engine is not choosy to the registry or writing style search.
- You can sort the items in 10 categories:
• Alkaline earth metals
• Other nonmetals
• Alkali metals
• Halogens
• Transition metals
• Noble gases
• Semiconductor
• Lanthanides
• Metalloids
• Actinides
Elements of the selected category will be listed in the search results and are highlighted in the table on the main application screen.

What’s New

Version 0.1.123

- Improved widgets
- Improved calculator
- Fixed oxidation states - Chlorine
- Fixed block - Lanthanum and Lutetium
- Updated electronic configurations of some elements
and more in this update
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
350 Ratings

350 Ratings

GagneJr ,

How do I pronounce that?

I haven’t gotten to use the app too much since I’ve been driving cross country ever since I bought it, but so far it looks pretty cool. One thing I would really like to see though is a button that you could press that would pronounce the element name. The game I’ve been playing the past few days has been “name every element in order”. The game would be way easier to play if I could learn how to pronounce the element name from the app, rather than googling it while trying to drive, especially when driving through these fly-over states that have no phone service.

Developer Response ,

Hello! I am glad that you purchased our application, I’m sure with our application you will learn a lot about the Chemical Elements.
You gave us a good idea, and we will try to figure out how to implement it correctly.
Sit down for application updates, with each update the application becomes better, more beautiful and more informative

bumble? more like crapble ,


The pro version has only a few things extra from the free version and they do not offer some of the things advertised. And further more the “report a bug” button is ironically disabled… hmmmm. It’s a scam. Stick to the free version and just google every thing it’s easier.

Developer Response ,

Hello! I am very sorry that you could not understand all the delights of the PRO version, most likely you are not such an advanced user and you do not need this information if you cannot find it in the application

nbtaylor ,

Really good, not perfect

This app provides a TON of information of each of the elements of the periodic table; however there are occasional mistakes such as a random parentheses in some of the atomic radii or an incorrect date of discovery (e.g. Magnesium was discovered in 1755 and ISOLATED in 1808, not discovered in 1808). Overall this app has a lot of potential and sure beats looking everything up; however, I’m not sure everything is reliable and unfortunately you need to double check everything if considering academic use. It’s also unclear where the source of all this info is coming from. So 4/5 stars for now. Let’s see what a future update holds.

App Privacy

The developer, Nikita Chernykh, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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