DinVim is described as 'version of the Vim text editor, a lightweight text editor for programmers and computer geeks' and is an app in the Development category. There are more than 10 alternatives to DinVim for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Linux, Windows, BSD and Android. The best alternative is Vim, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like DinVim are Neovim (Free, Open Source), MacVim (Free, Open Source), Editor (Free, Open Source) and 4coder (Paid).
Neovim is a project that seeks to aggressively refactor Vim in order to: Simplify maintenance and encourage contributions. Split the work between multiple developers. Enable the implementation of new/modern user interfaces without any modifications to the core source.
MacVim is a port of the text editor Vim to Mac OS X. MacVim supports multiple windows with tabbed editing and a host of other features such as: * bindings to standard OS X keyboard shortcuts (?Z, ?V, ?A, ?G, etc.
4coder is a minimalist, cross platform, programmable, code editing environment, catering to the needs of low level programmers. It allows you to use one work flow across Windows, Linux, and Mac (with the exception of your debugger... for now.).
vy is a modal editor with a very modular architecture. vy is built on top of Tkinter which is one of the most productive graphical toolkits; It permits vy to have such a great programming interface for plugins.
Neovide is a simple graphical user interface for Neovim (an aggressively refactored and updated Vim editor). Where possible there are some graphical improvements, but functionally it should act like the terminal UI.
FVim is a cross-platform Neovim front-end UI, built with F# (programming language) and Avalonia. FVim features HiDPI support, high-performance, GPU accelerated rendering, remoting and even window detaching.