Python 3.2 for iOS

Python 3.2 for iOS

By Jonathan Hosmer

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2012-11-19
  • Current Version: 1.5.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 35.05 MB
  • Developer: Jonathan Hosmer
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 7 Ratings


Python 3.2 for iOS is a Python 3.2.3 development environment for the iOS. 🐍 Features 🐍 ⇒ Interactive interpreter ⇒ Separate tab for writing and testing script files ⇒ Complete Python Documentation ⇒ Syntax Highlighting ⇒ Import saved scripts / modules in the interpreter or other scripts ⇒ Optimized for both Portrait and Lanscape orientations ⇒ Automatic indent / dedent for interpreter and script editor ⇒ Save Interpreter session as a script file to edit / run in the script editor tab ⇒ All standard modules included (plus several extras including SymPy, Requests, NetworkX, yaml, BeautifulSoup, PyLZMA and more) ------ Also available on the App Store ------ Python 2.5 for iOS Python 2.6 for iOS Python 2.7 for iOS Python 3.0 for iOS Python 3.1 for iOS Python 3.3 for iOS Python 3.4 for iOS ---------------------------------------- "Python" and the Python logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Python Software Foundation, used by Python for iOS with permission from the foundation.



  • Python

    By joeythered
    This is good if you want to learn python
  • Won't open

    By Alectoris_gp
    Won't open since updating on ipad1
  • Update problem

    By Bob swine
    Was a good app until latest update. Now it won't open.
  • Really, really good

    By RoostaC
    A great tool for python developers, especially now that it supports v3. It's exactly what I have been looking for
  • Frequent Crashes

    By Helios210
    Looks like a good interpreter, however if code is copied in from an external source (say, code scripts on Dropbox) and then edited the interpreter crashes, this has happened 4 times now making it essentially unusable for this purpose. I would also like to see a Dropbox read/write feature making exchanging files between the iOS interpreter and a desktop version far easier. Would be 5 stars if not for the crashing. Cheers.
  • Python 3 at last

    By NickPDay
    Just what I wanted, it will be very useful. I'd like to see the documentation re-flowed to fit the iPhone screen in a future release.