Using a Google Pixel very hard to get both devices to connect, uninstall, reinstall, reboot, etc. when it finally works it's a beautiful thing. Just very hard to get to the end result, not sure if it's worth it
It works well once you figure out how to connect. Set wifi on camera to AP mode. Open app. Select cross at base of screen this should bring up list. Select pix pro and your in. Can choose mode. Settings etc . Not figured out how to zoom yet tho.
It's very handy to use this app for not only viewing and downloading my pictures straight to my phone, but also use my phone as a remote shutter and control some exposure settings. My only gripe about this app is you don't have full range to adjust camera all camera settings, such as macro photos, but a great app none the less. A little buggy, such as crashing when trying to download 20+pictures to my phone at once, hopefully this latest bug fix will correct this or they will in the future, small problem, but a problem none the less. Use this app frequently and love it despite its shortcomings which will hope be corrected in the future.
The app should be better than what it is. Some features that should change are the delay. Once you choose a delay setting and take a picture it goes back to no delay and there is minimal noise to let you know it's going to take the picture. There are a lot of other camera's with apps that have more flexibility. This is disappointing because I like the camera.
The app finally works on my motorola nexus 6 but only when cellular data is turned off.
It only works on my moto x pure with cellular data turned off. I wish they could fix this
Fixed bugs. When share to Youtube, app caused crash.