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I'm a developer and I wanted an app just to review code on my Android.

So this are the ideal keypoints, it doesn't need to have all of them:

  • tree based directory for easy file selection
  • code highlighting in VB, C# (other languages appreciated)
  • text line break so it would scroll only vertically and not horizontally (required)
  • customizable font size
  • little symbol at the line break to distinguish from a normal line
  • code to function jump, go to definition

Well, if this is asking too much is there any text viewer app with tree directory and line break?

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What i use. Not all your desired features but close: 920 text editor

Stated by the product page (and while i have not tested all, everything i needed from it works flawlessly)

920 Text Editor is a run on the Android phone a powerful text editor, anywhere, you can easily view or edit your code, you can also use it as e-book reader to open txt novel, it is like on Windows EmEditor, EditPlus so powerful.

Features:

  1. Multi Tab, you can open different files in different tabs to facilitate you in a different text of this switch to edit

  2. syntax highlighting: ASP, ActionScript, C/C++, C#, Erlang, Frink, HTML/XML/WML, CSS, Javascript, Java, JSP, Perl, PHP, Python, Shell/Bash, Lua, SQL, VB/VBS, Tcl, TeX/LaTeX, Verilog, AutoHotKey, AutoLisp, PowerShell, Pascal,Fortran, ColdFusion, VHDL

  3. show line numbers

  4. show blank characters (tabs, line breaks)

  5. automatically detects the open file encoding, and you can also convert the current file encoding support: ISO-2022-CN, BIG5, EUC-TW, GBK, GB2312, ISO-8859-5, KOI8-R, WINDOWS-1251, MACCYRILLIC, IBM866, IBM855, ISO-8859-7, WINDOWS-1253, ISO-8859-8, WINDOWS-1255, ISO-2022-JP, SHIFT_JIS, EUC-JP, ISO-2022-KR, EUC-KR, UTF-8, UTF-16BE / UTF-16LE, UTF-32BE / UTF-32LE / X-ISO-10646-UCS-4-34121 / X-ISO-10646-UCS-4-21431, WINDOWS-1252

  6. easy toolbar, you can quickly make a new file, open, save, save as, undo/redo, and some commonly used symbols, back to last edit location, etc.

  7. list of recently opened files history

  8. regular search, replace or replace all

  9. change the font and font size

  10. "Word wrap" switch

  11. lock the screen orientation in: auto, horizontal or vertical

  12. remember the last open file

  13. hide the soft keyboard, long press the edit area can be turn on

  14. long press the "edit area" you can convert selected text to uppercase or lowercase

  15. auto indent

  16. keep the screen in the awake state

  17. you can run at ROOT permissions

  18. easy's file manager, you can delete or rename the file, or open with other application to view, copy/move etc. to manage files

  19. use the volume keys to quickly switch the display/hide the toolbar, full-screen mode

  20. preview the HTML file

  21. power Color Picker

  22. use Grep recursive search keyword in the path

  23. you can use the "Preferences" menu "Donate" page to the donate it

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  • While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. – Nick Dickinson-Wilde Sep 20 '14 at 18:26
  • @NickWilde, you are right, my fault. I didn't have very clear the rules in SoftwareRecomendations. Included the information from the developer. Thank you – MC ND Sep 20 '14 at 18:58
  • It is a good app. Many options and languages. – Jeff Clayton Sep 21 '14 at 4:41

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