Worse than competitor app After trying out both SpyderGallery and ColorTrue by X-rite, I can say ColorTrue feels more refined and it also support internal gallery on Note4. SpyderGallery got a lot of things need to catch up before can compete with ColorTrue. ColorTrue will get my vote for now.
Good App But Could Be Better On my Sony Xperia SP, the calibration looks good. It seems a bit more saturated than the one in my laptop though. A few things that could be improved are the connection to Flickr, it just couldn't connect. So, I just downloaded a few samples to my phone's gallery. But a connected Flickr gallery could really help a lot! Another thing that can be improved is the small panel for listing the galleries. Please try to make it bigger, currently it occupies less than a quarter of the screen! Thank you.
Slow 1. the calibration profile is applied only to pictures viewed inside this app. Does not work for the entire system. 2. Slow. The pictures load very hard, sometimes they never load. It has bugs connecting to Flickr or even Facebook. 3. Resolution is bad. Is not loading the picture full resolution. This is created for photographers. I would not use this app to show to my customers pictures through this app because it's slow and has bad res. Overall, the idea is ok, but still needs allot of work.
Terrible interface and resolution Ok, it calibrates my tablet and kinda works as a viewer, but does not take advantage of my Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 2560x1600 resolution! Images are displayed at lower resolution (maybe 1280 x 800, but appear even lower), which is useless! Half-baked interface is also terrible... I weighted the pros and cons of Spyder 4 Pro vs. competitors, and had I known the Android app was useless as is I might have chosen a different product.
Kitkat does not work Kitkat on my Samsung note 8 does not work. It was great with Jellybean, it has to work now with kitkat, waiting for the upgrade, hope soon. Edit 2 months later and no fix, I think Google screwed us with Kitkat. Ther are 2 new versions out but not to the Samsung note 8 and spydergallery does not care. Edit 3 on sept 1 2014 Datacolor sent a new update. Yea, it now works with Kitkat and a sd card. Changed the stars to 5.
Not ready for use Despite nice idea, the implementation is far from good: some images displayed wrong, bad GUI in selecting album, slow, does not scale all larger images right.
Support for Android 4.4.x (KitKat)
Demo Color Measurement application for USB color measurement instruments.