Idk I noticed that there was something else going on on the side for newer android versions, but basically, i was unable to delete any files from my sc card. I purchased this app so that i could sift thru my raw files and delete all the ones i didnt want to keep all at once. But it doesnt allow u to delete off the card, even after u pay the 5$. But from what i understand theyre working on it on a separate app. Maybe that app will get better ratings, but for THIS app, it doesnt work properly
CR2 Files on Note 3 Can view, move, and export CR2 files in jpeg format with watermark from attached external hard drive (SD Card 32GB 95/s). Pictures were taken using Cannon Rebel XS. Scrolling while in grid view is annoying when only trying to view row by row midway down, it'll skip around to the beginning of grid. This review is for the free version. Considering buying if the scrolling was smoother. Thank you for developing this app.
Can view raw on attached SD card ZenPad w Android 5, can view Nikon raw files on cards attached by OTG USB using this demo version. No need to upload. This is great for evaluating shots while traveling. Just what I wanted. This function will not work w Android 6. Need to switch to beta for that.
Muh it works Not sure if it's because it's the un paid version but I cannot export NEF to jpg. To me that is a massive fail. However if that worked I would give it 5/5.
It really fast reading my nef raw files from my compact flash card. However if I send file to photoshop express. Photoshop tells me that the "the original file is unsupported or damaged" yet other programs can send the same files to photoshop express. Strange as the app will send to other apps ok. Disappointing as it looks good otherwise
Useless and annoying. Doesn't detect usb drive and has no way of correctly navigating to the mounted drive. Annoying tutorial at the start which cannot be skipped. Uninstalling straight away.
Fix: Bug causing blank xmp sidecars
Feature(Pro): Zoom lock for comparison in viewer
Feature(Pro): Quickly delete in filmstrip mode (farthest zoom) by flinging image upward