I believe so. But even on the desktop, there are some verbs that still lack the 'Conjugate' option. So for those verbs, you have to go to the 'Words' page on the top menu, find that word, click on it, and on your right, click 'More details'. It'll give you complete conjugation.
True, they can only go 180 degrees but they return to the starting point so fast that it looks like a continuous turn.
Many people used to believe that owls occasionally strangled themselves by tracking an object if it revolved around its head. Slow motion photography reveals that they just turn their head back really fast.
However, it is a proven fact, observed by many, that green owls very often are brought to tears and eventually choke to death when exposed to improperly prepared passé composé.
You would need a masculine noun somewhere before your sentence. Take, for example, this one - Le chat est noir, mais il cache le fruit. That means "the cat is black, but it hides the fruit (one fruit). (sorry for the weird sentence, but ignore that. Just focus on the grammar here).
Just saying "il cache un enfant" would mean "he hides a child" and not "it hides a child".
If you just wanted to say "it hides a child", then you'd say "ça cache un enfant".
Hope that helps!