10 Best IDE Apps for Android
2. Java Code Viewer
AIDE is an awesome tool allowing you program Android applications directly on your Android device. In this way, the users basically cut out the middleman of having to use a computer at all. The tool is totally compatible with Eclipse projects. Hence it is easy to transfer your projects from your system to your mobile device. Moreover, AIDE contains plenty of features and most important of them is Dropbox compatibility.
4. Terminal IDE
Terminal IDE is an extremely cool IDE for programming Java/Android tool. It includes features like Custom ASCII on-screen ‘soft’ keyboard and a generic external ‘hard’ keyboard key mapper. Hence, user is facilitated to use CTRL, ALT, ESC and other keys that aren’t on the usual Android keyboard.
C4droid is a nice C compiler that can be used on your Android device. It makes use of the gcc compiler which is often used on Unix. C4droid can also compile C++, but at the moment you need to root your phone to get access to this attribute. The tool is a productive way to compile your C code on the fly.
6. 920 Text Editor
7. Syntax Highlighted Code Editor
8. Deuter IDE
DeuterIDE comes with its notion ‘Light platform, Heavy coding’, as it is rich-featured IDE with support for up to 40 languages. It's an IDE that can be utilized to program in a plethora of languages, The features include: syntax highlighting, automatic indentation and dropbox sync. It also integrates virtual keys for generally used programming symbols, making good use of the virtual keyboard with it.
9. Android Java Editor
Android Java Editor is aimed at providing simple editing solution. With this client users can create projects, and edit the source code and xml files directly on their device. As it is merely an editor, users can’t really compile and run the application using Android Java Editor.
10. Code Peeker
Code Peeker is a very lightweight code reader allowing you to view code really rapidly. It comes with supporting syntax highlighting for a plethora of languages, and when it doesn’t support the language, it will still open the file in the form of plain text. The tool is quite lucrative when you are programming on your computer and wish to use your phone as an external monitor to keep other code open as a reference.
So which one you use and which one I didn't mentioned please note in comment. :)