Works great but only useful for testing I would love to be able to use this in conjunction with Tasker to actually be able to send and react to MQTT messages in a useful way. Even just exposing intents would make this possible (although I think making it a plugin would be the way to go).
Did what it claimed, but I wanted push notifications. It functioned well and I like its design, but I was looking for (and still can't find) an Android app that will make the MQTT messages into active notifications in the Android notification bar.
Needs work Samsung galaxy S3. Seems to work intermittently. What I mean is it doesnt always seem to get all the messages and skips some etc. Also sometimes disconnects the server when adding new subscriptions. All in all, great but needs a polish :)
Great solid app Does what promised, reliably. Thanks a lot! I second request for enable/disable subscriptions and would like to have a rudimentary widget that would just show a text of last message!
Best MQTT app out there, still not great I've tried all of the surprisingly short list of MQTT apps and this seems to be the only decent one. Unfortunately, its missing a number of basic features, such as setting QoS, retain, and the client ID, which should be fairly easy to implement. Also nice to have would be notifications, graphing and a material design interface.
Useful app with a nice simple interface. Would love the next release to support: - enable/disable subscriptions without having to delete or add - store multiple connections - support split views (It can be difficult to isolate multiple subscriptions) Great work :)