MuseMaze Announces Availability of EveryCircuit Simulator on Desktops

SAN JOSE, Calif., July 23, 2014 --MuseMaze, a developer of mobile and desktop apps, today announced the availability of EveryCircuit for the desktop. With over a million users, EveryCircuit has become a widely used app for circuit design and simulation. EveryCircuit was originally launched in 2011 on Android and made available on iOS in early 2014. It is regularly placed amongst the top 10 grossing applications in the Education category on Google Play.

Highlights

  • Top grossing Android and iOS app now available on desktops
  • EveryCircuit delivers easy to use, highly interactive circuit design and simulation experience
  • Real-time simulation, interactivity and dynamic visualization make it a must have app for educators, students and circuit design enthusiasts

The simulation engine in EveryCircuit continuously produces animated voltage waveforms, current trains, and charges that are displayed directly on the schematic. When you change circuit parameters, EveryCircuit immediately responds to the changes in real time by updating the output waveforms. This makes circuit prototyping blazingly fast as there is no need to re-run simulation every time you make a change. As Design News puts it, "This app takes design to a whole new level of interactivity."

The EveryCircuit user community has collectively created one of the largest libraries of circuits that other users can access. You can find virtually any circuit in this library and use it as a foundation for your next design.

EveryCircuit is available on all major mobile and desktop platforms - Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Linux. With the mobile app you can capture your design ideas on the go. Your work is saved automatically to the cloud, and once you are at your desk, it is synced seamlessly to your desktop computer.

Please visit www.everycircuit.com for more information and to download EveryCircuit. You can get started with EveryCircuit using this video.

For more information, please contact:

Prakash Shah
408-835-4482
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