iCircuit is the easy to use electronic circuit simulator and designer - the perfect tool for students, hobbyists, and engineers.

iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch
Mac OS X
Windows 8 Store
Windows Phone Windows Phone
Android app on Google Play Android Phones and Tablets
Its advanced simulation engine can handle both analog and digital circuits and features realtime always-on analysis. It is the perfect companion to students, hobbyists, and engineers.
You use it as you would any CAD program: you add elements, connect them together, and set their properties.
But iCircuit is unlike other CAD programs because it is always simulating. It's just like working with the real circuit. You do not stop to take a measurement or spend a lot of time configuring reports. Instead, you just play with the circuit as you normally would, with the power on!
There are over 30 elements you can use to build your circuits. The app has everything from simple resistors, to switches, to MOSFETs, to digital gates.
The app features a multimeter that you use to probe around the circuit to instantly read voltages and currents. If you want to see how a value changes over time, then you can add values to the built-in oscilloscope. The scope can simultaneously track many signals over time and features a touch interface to control the total time displayed and stacked and unstacked modes to easily compare signals.
Supported elements include:
  • Signal generators, Voltage sources, and Current sources
  • Resistors, Capacitors, and inductors
  • Manual SPST/SPDT Switches, and SPST/SPDT relays
  • Diodes, BJ Transistors, and MOSFETs
  • Speakers, Buzzers, and LEDs
  • ADCs, and DACs
  • Logic gates: AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR
  • JK and D Flip-flops
Because iCircuit is a very CPU intensive application, it is recommended that you only use it on newer generation hardware including: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPads. However, it will still function on the older hardware.
iCircuit wouldn't be possible if it weren't for the pioneering work and generosity of Mr. Paul Falstad. Check out his Circuit applet and his other wonderful ideas.