CppDroid – C/C++ IDE for Android Platform

CppDroid is a simple C/C++ IDE for Android platform which is
focused on learning programming languages and libraries. I found this IDE while
searching on the internet for C4droid alternatives. It can be an awesome
alternative of C4droid compiler. By using this app you can easily write and run
C/C++ programs on android device. Apart from writing and running programs you
can get many C/C++ examples and tutorials inside it. So before downloading let’s
take a look on some features of CppDroid.
CppDroid – C/C++ IDE for Android Platform

Features of CppDroid

  • Code complete
  • Real-time diagnostics (warnings and errors) and fixes
  • File and tutorial navigator (variables, methods, etc)
  • Static analysisSmart syntax highlighting
  • Portrait/landscape user interface
  • Auto indentation and auto pairing (configurable)
  • Configurable code syntax highlighting (themes)
  • Compile C/C++ code (no root required)
  • Works offline (built-in compiler, no need of internet connection)
  • Great C/C++ code examples included
  • Detailed C++ tutorial and learn guide included
  • Add-ons manager and auto updates
  • Dropbox support

CppDroid – C/C++ IDE for Android Platform
CppDroid – C/C++ IDE for Android Platform
When you run CppDroid for first time, it will extract SDK
which is about 150MB in size and also download and extract many examples and
tutorials. Approximately 190MB of internal storage space is required to install
this app. This can’t be moved to external sd card because of android security. Just
download CppDroid for free from below link. The link will redirect you to
google play store.

Download CppDroid – C/C++ IDE for Android Platform

Just try CppDroid and share your experience with us.

9 thoughts on “CppDroid – C/C++ IDE for Android Platform”

    1. Thanks a lot Anton for sharing this information. I will surely take a look on it and write an article so that other programmers also get benefited. 🙂

  1. Hristo Georgiev

    I have a C/C++ Visual Studio project with 60 *.cpp files and 28 *.h and *.inl files.
    When I create a new C++ project for Cppdroid, I see only one *.cpp file flor my code.
    Any help would be appreciated as to how to compile 60 *.cpp files and the *.h files they use on Cppdroid..

    1. Hello Hristo,

      I’ve been programming for 35 years and have been using Cppdroid for the past month or so on my Chromebook android device.

      First you need to move those VS Studio C++ files to the download folder.

      Then, you need to create new project in Cppdroid.

      Finally, using some file manager program app for android, such as “file manager+” move those files from the download folder to the cppdroid/projects/(your project name)/ folder.

      Then Cppdroid will can access them to compile and run.

      Hope this helps!

      Then using a file manager program, such as filemanager+,

  2. Hello the app is awesome
    Am a beginner in cpp coding but am experiencing some problems in reading and extracting external text files using this cppDroid app though my syntax is very okay any help will be much appreciated.

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