Could be better, but pretty good. I can get done what I need, but there are some rough spots. I wish it would automatically change to port 22 when you switch to the ssh protocol, instead of me manually having to change it. The ability to change ports is a good thing, but It should know the default, well-known ports for the protocols it supports.
Unlike the other SSH clients, this one actually works The other SSH clients in the store all have issues working. Simple things like connect buttons or the ability to specify my SSH server stop them from being even slightly usable. It's a simple SSH client that works. As SSH is also simple, it suits it well.
Major Usability Problems This app can only batch send a line at a time. Also, if stuck with a virtual keyboard, there is no way to send Ctrl+ combinations rendering it mostly useless for connecting to any kind of UNIX system.
Looks like a prototype The input method is bizarrely awkward. Relies on filling a textfield and sending lines as a batch. I can't see any way to transmit control-chars or tabs. Output window does not auto-scroll at the bottom. Spells "portrait" as "portrate". Would be nice if you could enter username/password through the terminl also. Needs some work, but SSH definitely worked for me.
Didn't work Based on the awkward layout and spelling errors from what I could see, I wasn't exactly surprised that I couldn't actually connect. Tried connecting to my openssh server on an internal network, just wouldn't happen.
Does not work This program is small and efficient, but does not work for SSH password authentication. It just returns a generic error message with no details. If your going to fail, at least fail gracefully... This program does not.
* Assigned [ENTER] key to close soft keybord and send command.