Let's compare the Desktop version and Web version with the following example. The example is "Visualizing Infection" shown earlier. Click here for more information. In the Android application shown below, the NetLogo model created in the Desktop version is executed on a PC in advance, and the execution process is stored in a video file for each parameter set and used. The video works perfectly, but you cannot run simulations on another new dataset with this app. Of course, this isn't necessary for this app.
On the other hand, if you want to run a NetLogo model in an Android application corresponding to an arbitrary parameter set, you can use the NetLogo Web version. The figure below illustrates this. The operability was not good, such as the sliders and buttons being very small (although they could be enlarged), but they worked. So in some cases, this NetLogo Web might be good. Also, as you can see at the bottom, there is a great merit that you can edit the source code on the spot.