Great but This app is great, I really like, but for some reason out of nowhere it started giving me an error whenever I try to load a profile in the touch emulation option, so instead of editing my existing profile for a game I have to start a new one from nothing. Please fix this, I would gladly give it a 5 stars ones its fixed (using a Nexus 7 2013)
Works great with one flaw For some reason, certain buttons become artificially held down after pressing and releasing them. This causes the input to get really weird for a second or two when playing a game and it always happens at the worst time!
No 8-way D-Pad for touch emulation I love this app, but not having full 8-way D-Pad support really limits the use of touch emulation. Any game that uses a virtual analog stick effectively renders the diagonals on the D-Pad useless. There are lots of people who like using a D-Pad, and this really needs fixing. Once it's fixed, I'll happily rate 5 stars.
My fault!! Nexus 7 I was way too excited when I learned about this app from a video I was watching and downloaded it asap. I should of downloaded the compatible checker first. Doesn't work for my first gen ps4 controller on my Nexus 7. The rating is not for the app but for not working on my ps4 controller. Hope this is resolved soon.
Excellent app Been using this app for about 2 1/2 years now. This app is a power house!!!! WRITTEN IMMACULATELY!!!! Excellent job dev!!!! Everything was excellent until my samsung galaxy note 4 got the 5.0 update, now I get the segmentation error like the others have gotten. I hope this will be fixed very soon cause I'm VERY addicted to MC4+SIXAXIS. I will change my review to 5 stars as soon as the problem is fixed!!!! Edit: fixed 5 stars now.
Good app It lets me use my p s3 controller but I didn't like that I had to adjust the buttons jus for it to work rite
- Added support for Samsung GALAXY Note 4, S6 and other Samsung devices running firmware versions 4.4 and newer
- Fixed widget unresponsiveness
- Fixed bluetooth timeout bug for several devices