Windows 8, 10 Chemistry App TouchMol Lets you Draw Molecules
In the past we have featured some other Windows 8 chemistry apps on Wind8Apps, such as the Periodic Table or the Doodle God game. Now, we’re having a look at TouchMol, a cool Windows 8 chemistry app that needs to make it in your list of the best Windows 8 school apps.
TouchMol app for Windows 8 is available for the price of $4.99, but there’s also a free trial available, so you can take it and see how the app works. The app is obviously designed for chemists, biologists and all those passionate by chemistry or having to deal with it as their daily work. By using TouchMal, once can draw, share and search chemical and biological structures right from their Windows 8 tablet or other Windows 8 device.
Drawing molecules becomes fun on your Windows 8 tablet
TouchMol help chemists to draw, share and search chemical and biological structures. Draw structures with fingers on touch screens. Integrated Name/CAS-to-Structure. Peroform fast structure search in. Supporting chemical reactions. Supporting biologics
This interesting Windows 8 chemistry app has a size smaller than 1 megabyte but it comes with plenty of useful features, such as the ability to draw chemical or biological structures directly using your fingers, which makes it seem really, really cool. Obviously, it comes with background support for chemical and biological reactions, so it also represents an interactive method to learn about these things.
While inside the app, you can choose from the following structures – biologics, small molecule, reaction. When editing a molecule or any other structure, you will have plenty of tools at your disposal, such as lasso, eraser, undo, different templates to choose from, links, carbons, charges and plenty more that you need to be able to complete your drawing and to find the thing that you’re looking for.
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