Circuitry - 3D Circuit Builder

Circuitry - 3D Circuit Builder

By Raffael Kaehn

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2019-09-29
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 34.96 MB
  • Developer: Raffael Kaehn
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 28 Ratings


Welcome to Circuitry - the world's first and only 3D circuit builder! INSANELY FAST Circuitry uses an optimized, GPU-accelerated network analysis algorithm that will blow your mind. It can calculate the voltages and currents of even the largest circuits in the blink of an eye - an insanely fast blinking eye! SUPER DUPER EASY TO USE While most circuit simulators are stuck in the stone age when it comes to usability, Circuitry takes you on a time-travel journey to the future. Its' 3D interface and intuitive controls will instantly feel familiar - no lengthy tutorials required. DOCUMENT-BASED Every circuit you build in Circuitry is a file. That way, they integrate perfectly into your existing files and can be used exactly the same way: you can duplicate and modify them, share them, and they are available to you on all your devices. HOW TO USE: 1. Place components by dragging from the toolkit to the canvas. 2. Connect components by tapping the sides of the components in cabling mode. 3. Delete or modify components by long pressing on them. AVAILABLE COMPONENTS: - Resistor - Voltage source - Light bulb



  • Circuitry

    By oschigm
    Once I finally understood that I was supposed to click the “+” to start the app, I thought the 3D was cleverly designed however the numerics are extremely small. Even with the brightness all the way up, the muted earth tone colors of the elements did not stand out from the gold background. Color contrast and increased pitch could easily improve on the eye fatigue. Is there an option to select our own color scheme and pitch that I’m not aware of? I want to contact developer by email vs Twitter. Very hopeful for this app.
  • Could be great!

    By Charlie!.!99
    Please add more components and allow for DC and AC circuits and allow us to use different virtual meters to test circuits at different points. Please continue development! I will pay money for this app if it becomes more useful.
  • So much potential

    By YouVersionUser
    I am an electrical engineering major at my school and I can see this being so helpful to me. We have a program at school that called multisim and it basically does what this app does on a way bigger scale with so many more components. My professor says if we multisim our homework problems we get bonus points. The only down side is that the program is all the way in the lab on the lab computers because it cost money to download on our laptops. This would be perfect for me especially when I’m struggling on a homework problem. Please continue to work on this and add more components. This has so much potential. Also labeling things would be grate too!
  • Doesn’t display on iPad mini 4 but looks amazing on XR

    By f. this, Android's def better
    Wanted an app like this, and it’s executed well I think. Hope more can be added though or at least include a couple samples though for accessibility I’d say. But experiment and things make a bit of sense I guess.
  • Nice job

    By ThatEbertLife
    It’s good, just needs a more intuitive UI. Good work
  • High Potential!

    By ROB251
    Really cool app, fun and intuitive. I enjoy the drag and drop aspect of each piece. Would be nice to know more about what each piece does, power source - resistor - (obviously) bulb? Also an undo/redo buttons would be nice for quick fixes. Looking forward to updates!
  • iOS 13 support?

    By montjoy
    Doesn’t seem to work for me. I get a blank white screen after I try to open a file.
  • Cool idea, looking forward to updates

    By Unhappyuserstill
    Ideas for improvement: Labels for components (with clear polarity) Tutorial Ability to move a component after placement. Graph versus time and other transient things like a scope would show
  • Good Start!

    By NewPerfection
    This is a neat app that I'd like to see developed more. Right now it's pretty limited, but I see lots of potential. A list of things that I think are needed or would be helpful: *Being able to move placed components. *Component labels. *More components. *Graphical representation of current flow direction. *Basic export of a 2D schematic. Please keep working on this, I'd like to see where it can go!
  • Not quite there yet

    By tekbyte
    Has a lot of potential and love the 3D style but I could figure out how to draw connections between the components