Dig - Emulator Front-End APK

Version 1.37.1 - com.digdroid.alman.dig
Last updated: 2020-06-30
digdroid,alman,entertainment

Painlessly manage and enjoy your retro game collection

Dig - Emulator Front-End apk

APP Information

Download Version 1.37.1 (141)
Apk Size23.34 MB
App DeveloperDig Games
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagecom.digdroid.alman.dig.apk
MD50673060b1fb29f6ad3b92f42b301a329
Rate5

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App Description

Dig - Emulator Front-End is digdroid,alman,entertainment, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 2 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Dig Games website who developed it. com.digdroid.alman.dig.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.37.1 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 9126+ times on store. You can also download com.digdroid.alman.dig APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

NOTE: THIS IS NOT A GAME!! If you don't know what emulators and front-ends are this app is not for you!

This is an emulator front-end that will painlessly organize your retro game collection. 

Little to no set-up is necessary in many cases. Dig will automatically scan your device for games, download cover art, and assign emulators.

However, you must supply your own games and install the emulators yourself. Dig will take you to the Play Store pages of emulators that are not installed.

Other features include

* Support for 83 systems and counting
* Merged game sets
* Android homescreen game launching
* 6 game view types
* customizable themes with (optional) background pictures, videos, and music/sound effects
* voice search
* support for zipped CD images

and more!

Credits https://digdroid.com/credits.html

For more information please visit our website. https://digdroid.com
 

App ChangeLog

  • 1.35.1
  • * Emulators can now be manually added and edited. See the 'Manage system' menus
  • * Bug fixes

App Screens

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Permissions

requires following permissions on your android device.

android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE
android.permission.INTERNET
android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
android.permission.RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED
android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
com.android.providers.tv.permission.READ_EPG_DATA
com.android.providers.tv.permission.WRITE_EPG_DATA
com.android.vending.BILLING
view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

read the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to read the contents of your SD card.

run at startup
Allows the app to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the phone and allow the app to slow down the overall phone by always running.

record audio
Allows the app to record audio with the microphone. This permission allows the app to record audio at any time without your confirmation.

modify or delete the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to write to the SD card.

In-App billing
In-app Billing on Google Play provides a straightforward, simple interface for sending In-app Billing requests and managing In-app Billing transactions using Google Play.

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Elemaster 55-avatar

    It's a great frontend but it appears abandoned by the developer - emails for support have gone unanswered, a submitted theme has not been added, and no recent updates. Also, no way to specify file types for specific emulators is a huge pain. EDIT: The official forums are plagued by spambots now, the developer is still nonresponsive. It's amazing for what it is but until the developer gets their ship in order I have to rank this low.

  2. I am diamond299-avatar

    I am diamond299

    2020-06-04T19:47:31.138Z

    Awesome, just please fix the problem with kiosk mode: when you enter kiosk mode, you can't put the games in the order you want, and in my opinion, that should really be fixed, I need to have my games set by date.

  3. Viddell Geter-avatar

    Installed themes can be set but don't change the icons for anything, making this no better than any other frontend I could be using. Can't find clear instructions from devs to get it to work. Has alot of potential, but really needs clearer instructions for setting up.

  4. Tim Doidge-avatar

    An OK, easy to set up front end made better by user developed themes. ONE MAJOR CATCH is if you uninstall then reinstall you loose any extra premium features you paid for.. I'm sure if you messaged the Dev they would sort something but it is more effort than it's worth especially if you have multiple devices.. another case of devs using DRM to prevent piracey at the cost of paying users!

  5. Rishab Pendharkar-avatar

    Rishab Pendharkar

    2020-05-15T15:38:23.704Z

    Pretty damn good I gotta say. Not too expensive on the premium features. No subscription [pls never do this]. Great friendly UI. Lot of customization options available. Performs fast and smooth. Keep up the good work!

  6. DB5-avatar

    Seamless library of all the roms scattered throughout my phone. I especially love that I can launch the game directly from the app. Nice touch!!

  7. Richard Doyle-avatar

    Decent front end, finding box covers for your emulated games and adding useful info to read. Sadly, doesn't find all of my games/systems. Also, confuses itself, adding systems I haven't downloaded games for. Lastly, my Megadrive games don't load up. They go back to retroarch, instead of just starting the game. Support on these points would be good customer service. I'd give 5 stars if you'd do that. The presentation really is excellent!

  8. Haris Ermidis-avatar

    Trying to run a retroarch emulator with the wrong emuletor equiped gets you stucked in a black screen. Otherwise it looks great and works great.

  9. Eric Schuetz-avatar

    Solid, BUT the RetroArch support is limited to the 32bit version, and NOT the 64bit version. I do not wish to install the 32bit version just to satisfy a front end app. Needs fixed.

  10. RiaxGames-avatar

    This is what I was looking for! Awesome, easy and quick emulation for most retro consoles, even Nintendo 3ds works here! It plays most retro games at high frames, even 3D ones like N64. Developers are still taking care of it, which is nice :). I really like this thing. 5*

  11. Ed Bones-avatar

    This won't read every rom you have, and that makes it sad since I downloaded a rom for Smash Melee, and it did not read it , so I could not play it for the first time.

  12. Reynolds Apps-avatar

    I love Dig! I have used a couple of other frontends on my Shield TV and they are okay. Buggy somewhat but they still get the job done. I installed the main one I use on Android TV on my new phone and it performed badly. I couldn't scroll down to the bottom of the list before it would take me to the top. The settings button is located at the bottom so once I (assume) overloaded it with a few hundred roms I could never get back down to fix anything. I then tried another frontend that I had used in the past and it failed to even recognize any roms. Then I found Dig. First impressions were not all that good. I thought the icon was dumb looking, it didn't have a cool name and the screenshots looked kind of bad. I was so wrong. First of all, the icon is pretty great once you get to the main menu. It instantly brought a smile to my face when I opened the app. I don't know if Dig stand for anything but turns out it's a cooler name than the other frontends I've used. I was happy to find the customization options with the UI. The scrapper is legit too! I've got more to say but running out of space. Dig is dead simple to set up. Thank you Dig Games! Awesome work!

  13. Ben Phillips-avatar

    Great tool for organizing games and accessing them all in one place easily. Setup can be a bit complicated if you don't know what you're doing.

  14. Ralph Turtles-avatar

    Good frontend. Easy to use. But some emulators are not supported and that's a downside.

  15. Craig Simms-avatar

    Gorgeous frontend and a lot easier to use than the competition as provided you have valid cores it sets everything up for you automatically! Snes9x has been renamed Snes9x-Current so is causing crashes with this frontend. Please update the text to compensate for this and everything should be ok!

  16. Hai Viet-avatar

    i really like this, it minimal and easy to use. But I cant seem to make it work with Drastic. Crash and open wrong game everytime

  17. Phill McClelland-avatar

    Phill McClelland

    2020-05-06T17:35:44.379Z

    Great frontend, very easy to use. Would love more features added, such as different views and in-built theme downloader. Perhaps an online theme builder would be a good accompaniment.

  18. Chris R-avatar

    Wonderful app - really love it. Would it be possible to go into a system, and view Favourites for that system only? It seems at the moment I can only view all Favourites across all systems. I also have a few games that the automatic scan won't pick up, is there a way to manually add files? EDIT: Awesome! The game I can't get to detect is the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros 2. My file's extension is .NES and I can get it to work with the NES core I'm using with RetroArch, but is the file not getting detected by Dig because the game really came out for the FDS rather than the NES? Other examples are Sega CD games, I didn't have any luck with Mortal Kombat, Final Fight CD or Pepsiman.

  19. Darby Martinez-avatar

    Love this app. A few suggestions however. Introduce some material design theming into the app. This app has a lot of potential, I just wish the interface was more consistent with other apps. Take a look at the material.io website. It has lots of guidelines. I think it would improve a lot of things in your interface. You can implement the retro look into a material design theme while still making it look consistent. Also consider a different icon, maybe a 8bit controller. Also for some reason mario 64 trashman rom for the DS is showing up as a wii game also.

  20. Michael Ramdass-avatar

    Michael Ramdass

    2020-06-11T15:41:26.874Z

    Excellent and simple to use. Great for such a small file size.

  21. jonr76-avatar

    hands down the best frontend for android. beautiful interface, easy to customize, and simple to use. and it pairs perfectly with retroarch. wow! i ran into a couple of problems with my setup. the developer was incredibly responsive and helped me even though one of the issues was "user error." thank you!!!

  22. Platymech-avatar

    This app is fantastic, I've been searching the seven seas of the Google Play store for an app like this for about a year and a half and boy! not only is this app what I was looking for, but even more than that! My dashboard now looks pretty cool bow that I've started displaying my games on there as widgets. The way they are shaped is beautiful and not only allows me to quickly access my favourite games from the dashboard but also lets me make it look pretty and be able to show it off to friends. To improve: In the theme editor allow for you to be able to add more than one folder to the background sounds or make the app look inside folders. In the theme editor add a preview maybe? Add different fonts and make it so you can change the size. Great app, must download for anyone with emulators, keep up the good work! This app is perfect even without what I said so don't feel the app is bad because it doesn't have my suggested improvements or don't feel (developers) that you should feel pressured to add them. Thanks! See ya'!

  23. Muhammad Ikhwan Radzali-avatar

    Muhammad Ikhwan Radzali

    2018-11-03T11:03:06.416Z

    Hey, man. Great frontend! Been using this for awhile now. I didn't know why I blatantly bought Gamesome when this is clearly better with an eye-pleasing design. But it'll be lovely if you add support for forks of emulators also; say the Dolphin MMJ fork. Also, I hope you can make it so that the names of consoles/games aren't truncated and instead being shown in two lines. That'd be very nice. 😚

  24. Guy Martin-avatar

    Great App! Love this to bits. I am encountering a problem with playing NES games however, I've downloaded and installed the recommended emulator from Retroarch but every time I try and run a game I get a message telling me that emulator hasn't been installed?! All the other emulators for other systems run great - it's just NES games I'm having problems with. That aside, fantastic app. 😃

  25. KHALEEL11183-avatar

    keeps Losing licence. I unlocked all features, yet I cant use any of them. This is a rip off Update: even though I couldn't access all features, this is by far the best android front end, has many features you don't see even in launchbox or hyperspin

  26. Kim Rene Mossige-avatar

    Kim Rene Mossige

    2019-04-11T10:42:48.682Z

    ((BUG: Not possible to choose Dolphin MMJ emulator. It says it's not installed. )) - I've only had it for like 10 minutes, but wow.. I've had Gamesome, ARC Browser and Nostalgia for a long time. They all fell short on specific aspects. ARC fell short in which it is only intended for Android TV. Makes it impossible to scroll via a smartphone. Scraping is not as nearly as good as this emulator also. ARC falls down to second place and DIG takes first place for now. Gonna use it for a few days and see how it holds up, but so far it's super slick, easy to use, has a mnml design that is easy on the eyes and it just works!! For those of you where Gamecube and Wii games crashes, you have to select Dolphin Emulator manually on "set emulator" options. EDIT: Widget is not working. Would it be possible to have a widget so that we can get right in to the SYSTEM menu without having to go through menus?

  27. Ricardo Encarnação-avatar

    Ricardo Encarnação

    2020-05-09T15:17:41.153Z

    Best front-end out there. Why? It works, it's simple, it's not annoying :)

  28. Rob Hutchings-avatar

    Great frontend - would give it a 5 if someone could tell me how to stop it from showing 2 boxarts for all my PS1 games as it shows one for the BIN and a second one for the CUE. I know I should convert them to ISO but I wish I could just hide the CUE file.

  29. Sir Hempy-avatar

    Great front end, makes it easy to access your games and, get the box art as well. Please add support for pizza boy GBA emulator launch though, kinda sucks this isn't in place as that is my most used emulator I'd say!

  30. AltNova-avatar

    Thanks for the reply, I've found the option, though you forgot to add the first step where I need to check "All Systems" in the system menu. With that problem fixed, everything looks to be working well, every features that are expected from an emulator front end are here, but the "ignore a folder" option doesn't seem to work, files in folders that I ignored are still there. My problems with the design are just nit-picky really like how if my phone is in landscape mode the games aren't centered.

  31. Unmarked Door-avatar

    Apparently the only reasonably priced emulator front-end. The setup couldnt be simpler. It's kind of bare bones in terms of UI, but the functionality is there. I haven't done the IAP yet, but as I said its reasonable (£3.50), so I'm sure i will. Edit* changed reviews to 5 stars. Dig is the best.

  32. Libby Shappa-avatar

    Nice lightweight and functional front-end! A few of questions/suggestions... Is there a way to turn off the right/left page navigation so I can just click A and B to go forward and back (right/left often leads to accidental page flips). It would be nice to have custom backgrounds for individual systems. Lastly, the "grid" layout is misaligned once you scroll down. It starts out fine, but after scrolling down one step the bottom row is slightly off-screen and the top row shows a piece of the row above it. Nice work!

  33. Michael Figueroa-avatar

    Michael Figueroa

    2019-06-15T01:10:14.260Z

    I am running this on my Nvida shield tv, My only two complaints are: 1. Everytime I try to download new box art it says "you don't have an app that can do this" I tried installing a web browser to my system and it still says the same thing. 2. I go to start up a dreamcast game and it Crashes right back to the Dig game screen, I have the emulator set as "Retroarch Reicast"(Dreamcast games run just fine when I play them right from Retroarch) Please help!

  34. WaVy Crockett #JizzBoss-avatar

    WaVy Crockett #JizzBoss

    2019-02-27T22:34:25.402Z

    People giving bad reviews of this clearly have no idea what this is for and should think before they type. It's a frontend to keep and launch all your games and emulators in one place. it's not an emulator and it doesn't come with games. It does exactly what its suppose to do and I love the 8bit theme and music customization options. I downloaded a different icon pack because I didn't really like the default one's. Automatic game covers after downloaded the game you want is great also.

  35. Splozy Kawaii-avatar

    Great, nearly perfect. Suffers from inconsistent UI design. The settings page is the biggest offender. With some of the smaller buttons being near impossible to tell if you have selected unless you use a darker skin. You also can't fully change controller binds. You can change everything apart from 'back' and 'select' for some odd reason. Which is annoying because the app can't seem to decide which is which on some pages. The system select screen in particular. It also crashes a fair bit.

  36. Giovanni Bianco-avatar

    Giovanni Bianco

    2019-09-27T02:15:28.570Z

    Genuinely the best free emulation frontend, a ton of features, easy to use, painless setup, and even generous enough to let you select 3 paid features to use for free. Great work here devs. Edit: Brought this down a star because of a glaring issue; whenever I download new ROMs and rescan my folders; the new games do not show up, and the only fix for this is to uninstall and reinstall, to do the initial scan again. Please work on this and I'll gladly change back to 5 stars. :)

  37. John Nunez-avatar

    Wow! I thought I loved the Gamesome frontend or Arc Browser...this DIG one is amazing! I love the ease of use and all of the customization options (I had to tweak system files to have the level of options in other frontends). Not fond of the name or icon, should have a buzz word like "retro" Great job!

  38. stuart giffen-avatar

    The best front end. Tried others but this just works brilliantly. Lots of editing options. Downloads thumbnails and game data 99% of the time. My Shield Tablet is now so much better organised for emulators. DIG is all I use now its set up how I want. This is a FREE app. I doff my cap to the developer. Well done.

  39. Kurtis Black-avatar

    Incredible, easily my favourite front-end by far. I love the cover flow option for viewing games and the ease of adding box arts. Only things I'd love to see are the ability to view your collections as cover flow etc so you can assign a thumbnail to each collection, (Thank you for adding this feature! Keeping this in my review to show that it was added) and the ability to change the main menu text colour to a static one in the themes as opposed to forced rainbow would be amazing. Brilliant work!

  40. Fadi Omar-avatar

    The best Emulator frontend made ever, I have one request only if you can add support for Nostalgia.gg pro emulator to run Sega Game Gear roms 😍 There's something I have noticed, merge roms in options unchecked but the app after scan still merged. I ticked on view and split games then the emulator split all roms but the roms which are merged before have the same sort key name. I had to rename some manually. please fix it if it's an issue or guide me what to do to avoid manually rename them.

  41. Kevin OReilly-avatar

    Everyone should know of this app. the interface is simple and to the point, and the options are spot on. i've used other front-ends on many platforms, and this is by far the easiest to setup/modify. Thank you, my tablet is now a magic box of awesome and no longer a "project".

  42. Simon Stanisauskis-avatar

    Simon Stanisauskis

    2019-01-02T14:26:22.203Z

    Edit : Thanks dev for the response, your suggestion worked a treat. Cleaned up my collection well and I love how selecting the game then let's me choose the rom to load. Great Excellent Frontend, scraped nearly all my roms with only a handful of of the thousands not being scraped. Tried renaming those games but no success. Also I have a mame rom set and an fba romset, this Frontend is duplicating entries due to multiple roms with the same name.Trying to work out how to fix that on my shield tv.

  43. king kaos-avatar

    great app, i wonder is there a way to turn off the button overlays wile playing with a blue tooth controler? i turned them off in retroarch what works in retroarch but wile using dig they come back. edit: after the fix it seems the same, its like dig is using its own settings rather than retroarchs, overlay for buttons is still there and it doesnt use the newly binded keys, oc i could be doing something wrong so will continue to play about with it lol, decent quick support ty

  44. A Google user-avatar

    Doesn't list games correctly. Games from the Master System and SG-1000 are listed as "MSX". It doesn't seem to find Apple II, GBC, and GBA games correctly. It only scans"Girl's Garden" as an SG-1000 game. Changes should be made: Find Apple II games in .dsk format Find SG-1000 games in .sg format Find MSX games in .mx1, .mx2, .dsk, .cas, and .rom formats and avoid .sg and .sms formats Find Amiga games in .adf formats Find MAME games in .zip formats even if they contain multiple files Find Amstrad games in .dsk formats

  45. BadWrench Wester-avatar

    BadWrench Wester

    2019-03-06T18:01:23.893Z

    PAWX clone of epic 4g game console. DIG is awesome!!!! needs support of wonderdroid or Matsu WSC. Took me about a day to get every single one of 350 box art images to work. about 20 had to be individually downloaded and installed in the proper directory. I blame the internet and not Dig Games.

  46. A Google user-avatar

    Just bought a GDP xd plus and installed dig. Seems like a really nice frontend. However I have one problem, can't quit using a controller key while running a game through retroarch. Have mapped the R3 key in retroarch to quit retroarch, but Dig seems to "steal" it. What can I do? Can I map a hotkey in dig to close a running game (emulator)? Can I forward keys, let them "bubble" through?

  47. Ryan Mitchell-avatar

    This is the best Frontend I've used to date. Don't get me wrong I love Arc Browser, but it requires a lot more setup than does Dig, and Dig is faster. I went ahead and bought the premium upgrade which doesn't have much to it yet, but I was so happy with the app as it is right now, I wanted to support the developer.

  48. James Shipley-avatar

    Excellent frontend for use on a phone thanks to the polished touch controls (loved Arc Browser but it's intended for controllers). So far the only issue I've had is Dreamcast (Reicast standalone) kicking me back to the launcher. The games work fine in the standalone. I have roughly 300gb in my collection with around 20 systems and it scraped fast with a surprisingly minimal amount of manual edits. Looking forward to a fix for Dreamcast.

  49. Jacob Palmer-avatar

    Dig is by far one the most user friendly and attractive front end programs I've seen. I use it in conjunction with RetroArch and it is a traveling gamers dream. I customized my menus just the way I like with an arcade style look and sound with even some nice background music while I select a game I want to play. I happily paid for the pro version. The developer truly put time and effort into this and deserves to be played. 10/10.

  50. Bill L-avatar

    I love the app, but only got 4 stars because you can't reset the PLAYED list. The number just keeps growing and there are games in there that I want to keep, but just to remove them from the PLAYED list. If there's a way then I way give 5 stars.

  51. Spartan Warrior-avatar

    Spartan Warrior

    2019-12-15T21:46:23.428Z

    Best ever front end. Paid the couple bucks to unlock all features. Couple small quirks. But totally usable and you can get around the troubles if you know what you're doing. When I download an image off the web it doesn't always automatically put the image I wanted up when I close the browser but sometimes it does. Usually I have to go into my device storage and that works every time. Would be 5 stars if the automatic image adding worked when you close the browser every time other than, great!!

  52. PONGbyATARI Tim A.-avatar

    PONGbyATARI Tim A.

    2019-04-11T23:45:30.152Z

    Great app makes it real easy to organize your emulators and roms. I did have install some new emulators that are compatible with DIG and I changed the system pics to my liking. Let's just say I'm really digging it. I decided to update to the premium version you definitely deserve the small fee for such a quality app.

  53. Paul Everett-avatar

    Excellent Frontend! Really good for organising your collection. Cover art and screenshots load well and can be managed easly. Makes finding that retro game to play alot quicker and nicer on the eyes when scrolling through the boxarts. Once its all setup its all you gonna need and it mantains itself if you add new files.

  54. Justin Oliver-avatar

    Wow, can't believe something so good without being charged. Previously used Gamesome which is good but with ads, but this blows it out of the water with its customisation options. Question to dev, could ZedEx be incorporated for ZX81, being an old fart I need my 3D Monster Maze fix sometimes and Retroarch is a pain to configure.

  55. Javier Furus-avatar

    Easy to set-up, convenient, fast, customizable without being overwhelming. It is very easy to use with a controller too! My only ""issue"" is its looks - themeabilty, even as a premium feature, would be a blast.

  56. Arsham Atonyan-avatar

    it is not front end in a sence frontend is defined in libretro. instead its a frontend to Retroarch. so it doesnt do anything one can expect from it. but it has beutiful rom scanning and metadata fetching feature. perhaps developer would consider making this a true libretro frontend and implement core configuration with Touch overlay and physical controller support. as of now i have tried it on android tv and there is no way to exit a game because thats the way retro arch is created(very buggy).

  57. Serious Skateboarding-avatar

    Serious Skateboarding

    2019-12-23T02:16:43.358Z

    In the options is says "add device or network folder(s)" I have looked all over the internet and tried absolutely everything I could think of to be able to use network folders, but i can't figure out how? I have a second android device, setup as a local server that has a local ip. How do I access the server using 'network folder(s)' in the dig options? Thanks.

  58. Chance White-avatar

    This would be a beautiful app if it worked. When I try to load ANY game, the screen just goes black and unresponsive.

  59. Bad Jigglypuff Main-avatar

    Bad Jigglypuff Main

    2019-09-09T06:57:32.802Z

    it's a decent frontend and you get 3 free premium features wich is nice. but it only seems to support one emulator per console and isn't detecting all of my ds roms but it did detect my psp .iso but it thinks it's a ps2 game. it also thinks my emulators are games. it's a good app to keep your emulators in one thing or a good place to start if you have no emulators since it will direct you to emulators it supports, but if you already have emulators I wouldn't recommend it.

  60. Full Retard Jacket Cinna.-avatar

    Full Retard Jacket Cinna.

    2019-04-05T21:24:38.910Z

    I put my roms in separate folders and it works now, its a good frontend that's free, something most other decent frontends are not (You shouldn't have to pay monthly for a certain one... not naming it though.) and the developer is active as hell so your problems wont last long.

  61. Derek Burns-avatar

    This is an amazing front end. Super simple to use and setup. Works flawlessly on my Gpd XD, Galaxy S8+ and Nvidia shield TV. There is nothing negative to say about this. The interface is clean. I have bought almost every single front end out there and this is by far my favorite.

  62. A Google user-avatar

    It's not perfect, but it's the best among all competitors. Do not resign guys, and continue improving it. Some tutorials about how to configure it manually would be handy, adding optional game-play videos along already implemented box-arts and screenshots would be great too.

  63. Jon Smith-avatar

    I use this app as the frontend on my gpd xd plus, and its extremely easy to use and set up, makes using retroarch almost enjoyable and takes all the work out of the experience. Can be configured a number of ways and sets each game up with a box shot for simple browsing by system, genre, or just as an alphabetical list. Brilliant.

  64. Andy Chaloner-avatar

    Loving this frontend, much easier to use than gamesome and more flexible. It found the boxart and metadata automatically for almost everything I threw at it. I was being troubled by a minor glitch but two days after contacting the developer the problem has been fixed. Amazing.

  65. TheUnforgiven 1996-avatar

    TheUnforgiven 1996

    2019-05-14T22:25:46.961Z

    love this app but for some dos games i changed the emulator from freebox to retroarch. i cant play the game i want to play because it needs to run on the dosbox xvn core in retroarch and this app doesnt have a configuration for it. could you possibly add it in the next update? dosbox by fishstix isnt very good at running some games

  66. James Rees-avatar

    edit: Fantastic app and support! tried arcbrowser and was not at all optimised for anything above android 5.0. this app works perfectly with my galaxy s8 on pie and tab s4 on oreo. can customise images and platforms an the scrapper is amazing! finds mostly all the games on its own. still hoping for games to launch better through retro 8 and superretro16 but developer is looking into this

  67. Andy Lesh-avatar

    Hands down, the very best emulator frontend on Android. Super simple to use and it automatically handles about 90% of the setup. If it doesn't do what you need, its awesome developer will likely add your request if you ask nicely. Just brilliant.

  68. Blank Hedgehog-avatar

    When i started up one of my n64 games, the buttons did not appear and i was stuck on black screen, i had to turn off and on my phone for me to exit the app. This emulator is not the best one for me, You developers need to fix this problem because it's a bug i encountered. And also i would appreciate it if you can fix the problem. Please and Thanks!

  69. Steven Downer-avatar

    Exactly what I've been looking for. I dont review apps very often, but this is excellent. Great interface, lots of customisation, and easy to use. I have more than 20,000 games and this app makes finding and using them so easy.

  70. Ham Khan-avatar

    It detects every rom I have, which is awesome for the Kindle Fire I got DIG on. This is really worth it. For anybody confused, this is a frontend, not an emulator for your roms. I think it be even better if you could import covers for ROM hacks.

  71. Mohd Fadyllah-avatar

    The best so far! All in One Launcher😁 but most of the supported emulator is fron RetroArch which i dont like. Best emulator for each platform is not many, should have support it better. E. G Nostalgia Nes/Pro didnt launch the selected rom. Otherwise, 10 star

  72. I, Noriaki Kakyoin, am a donut-avatar

    I, Noriaki Kakyoin, am a donut

    2020-04-10T05:16:46.973Z

    Good app but for some reason, ROMs stqrted to not work. Help!

  73. Chris Burrows-avatar

    Stopped working, click on any game and you get a black screen and thats it

  74. Ryan Cassidy-avatar

    decent frontend but when launching games using retroarch my controller goes dead. Yes works in retroarch outside of dig and reset config. problem persist but it's only Naomi roms specifically. everything else seems to work properly. Also may i suggest per system backgrounds/videos.

  75. Leroy Holmes-avatar

    Terrible app. Not sure why everyone thinks its so great. I have had to CONTINUALLY rescan my files, it misses out random files or flat refuses to attach the image i JUST downloaded, and now i have gone to play a game and it wont recognise ANY OF MY FILES, despite them already being there, when pressing play it says the rom now cannot be found! So I've lost an entire system. Tried rescanning it, its the exact same goddamn path but apparently it doesn't exist on my phone. Wasted DAYS of manual adds

  76. Ryan Farrell-avatar

    the home page visuals are very baeutiful and you did well on the set up and placement of options; but i havn't played a game yet. im trying to play gamecube games so i downloaded the rom for Wind Waker but it wont show up on the app. does this app not support gamecube or am i doing something wrong? id be glad if you could respond.

  77. Ronald Anthony-avatar

    This is great! Works pretty well. Enjoying it thus far. If i migrate to new tablet or device, is there a way to transfer all my rematched games, custom covers, and other settings without having to re do it all on the new device?

  78. KING LIFER-avatar

    Does not recognize Reicast 64 core in Retroarch for Naomi and other Sega stuff. But well designed and alot of thought put into this. You won't be disappointed for n64 Sega PSP stuff. Remember this is just a cataloger or front end for your games.

  79. kris davies-avatar

    Great front end for emulators. Some nice features. Some extra features can be purchased for a small price for each but it's worth paying a small 1 time fee for all of them. Great support from the dev too.

  80. AmbSwizag-avatar

    D pad doesn't work properly playing gamecube games in dolphin emulator. If I run dolphin directly without dig then this problem isn't there. Also, Damon ps2 won't launch through dig, I tried free and pro versions and set the emulator accordingly. When I try and launch Damon ps2 I get an error that says email the developer the name of the emulator. Please fix these issues.

  81. Mocher Permana-avatar

    Please add command line --pause-menu-exit on PPSSPPP so that the "exit to menu" button will directly back to DIG not to the ppsspp GUI on emulator pause screen

  82. Andrew Grasso-avatar

    Pointless for standard NES games. No matter WHICH emulator I use, it just loads the emulator and not the game. I could do that myself without the frontend. Very disappointed.

  83. A Google user-avatar

    This is a perfect app for people like me who are getting into emulation for the first time.

  84. Jacob Murphy-avatar

    Love the app, but with the recent update, it freezes when starting up or "completing installation" and never moves beyond it. I hope this gets solved sometime soon, it is a great front-end.

  85. Edmund Hurlebaus-avatar

    Edmund Hurlebaus

    2018-09-30T23:00:10.235Z

    it can pull all the information it needs to identify games from the internet but it seems unable to LAUNCH THE GAMES. itll launch retroarch but it wont launch the game within retroarch. tried a couple different emulators and it seems a little hit and miss as to whether they will work or not.

  86. Scott Lewin-avatar

    A great way to manage a library. Even better than what is on other platforms

  87. Rony Soussan-avatar

    I have never seen an app developed to work so easily and automatically. It's slick and i have full control without needed to do any initial setup. Updated thumbnails to animated GIFs and it looks amazing! UPDATE: Thanks for updates, love it.

  88. Robert Fletcher-avatar

    Robert Fletcher

    2018-12-05T10:59:33.721Z

    Just installed this on my Shield tablet and it's brilliant, found everything it needed automatically, and all relevant artwork and data. This was exactly what I was looking for.

  89. Michael Bridges Jr.-avatar

    Michael Bridges Jr.

    2019-05-17T19:05:20.281Z

    Awesome!! fruntend. Just what i've been loooking for. I've had problems with other fruntend srapers but not dig it was pretty much flawless. And the customisation is unchallenged by any other app. I highly recommend this fruntend.

  90. Mason King-avatar

    really love this app!! emulator devs are great but they dont often consider a good looking ui and especially to merge every system this is brilliant. only problem i see is dolphin crashed when a gamecube game is accessed through dig but hopefully that's fixed soon

  91. Tyler Phares-avatar

    Wonderful frontend! I just wish I could customize the background and font/colors instead of flashing multi-color font. Maybe have a kick butt wallpaler too. Wonderful app though!

  92. Apple Blossom-avatar

    An amazingly simple to use, but still incredibly attractive front end emulation loader. By far my favorite out of all current android options. This needs much more public attention.

  93. A Google user-avatar

    This is absolutely fantastic! I use this with my Nvidia Shield Tv and I have fully customised it with my own console artwork, labels and even background music. Love it!

  94. Jonathan Seabolt-avatar

    Jonathan Seabolt

    2019-06-06T00:09:07.664Z

    Love this software, the free version is awesome. Kudos. Question, some games go to the wrong platform. Example. Doom for the PS1 is coming up as a 3DO game.

  95. Diraf Lursan-avatar

    works amazing, my only request would be adding retroarch final burn neo core to the list of system management for my neo geo and mame games

  96. Aris Andr-avatar

    This is a great app.Very usefull to manage emulators and games using a single app. Even bought premium version to support the good people who made this wonderful piece of software. Thank you

  97. Aaron Merkel-avatar

    Never actually expected this app to be so well-done and polished, not to mention without ads! Excellently done! However, my one gripe is that the app doesn't seem to recognize GBA or SNES files.

  98. Arctic Wolf-avatar

    Not perfect but with a little time you can make it. Like how I got to preview beforehand then bought all the stuff. Far better than Gamesome. Changing themes and the layout is great.

  99. Jase D-avatar

    love it. everything categorized. u dont need to leave the app to open a particular emulator or app to play the game. best for the year.

  100. Kyle Vasquez Santos-avatar

    Kyle Vasquez Santos

    2019-07-04T07:54:56.366Z

    This app deserves more than 5 stars. Thanks to the developer😍 It was great experience using your application. Please continue to update more about this app. 💖 P.S. If you are using an emulator such as PPSSPP, EPSXE, DRASTIC etc. then it's definitely for you❤