Working on many devices. I have it installed on and in use on today: Motorola Atrix 2 mb865; Samsung 7" tab p3113; Samsung 7" phone p3100; Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1; and both of my MK808 android mini pc. Been using a long time now. Has always worked flawlessly.
Very good app - Outstanding customer service I have been using the app 6 months or so and I really like it. Does what it is supposed to do in allowing me to control all my X10 devices from my Atrix 4G. What I think really sets this apart from the rest is the customer service. I recently found that I needed to move the app registration from one gmail account to another, and while Google doesn't offer a way to do this, the rep from Melloware went out of his way to help me accomplish this. Very prompt and professional response to my email (even over a weekend). This alone, justifies the purchase price of the app.
ABANDONED APP - NO LONGER UPDATED For such a hefty price it should have less steps to simply turn on a light or run a macro. Hasn't been updated or improved in YEARS (2012??????). Lazy.
If you need an X10 remote, this is it! Does what it says and does it well. Along with the developer's prompt and helpful support, it's well worth the price and a 5-star rating. The server is effective and dependable, supporting mobile as well as Wi-Fi connections. I've found no alternatives that do even that much reliably. It will receive commands from Tasker (using 'HTTP Get'), which is all that's needed for any kind of device-based automation. Most X10 systems include the ability to create and save macros—which can then be fired by X10 Commander. It therefore seems unlikely the developer would or should consider adding that capability. The client design is simple and effective, making it easy to set-up and use. The sorting by device name is a bit off-putting, but easily fixed by prefacing the names with a suitable sort code. Welcome improvements would be the addition of a hidden sort field and the ability to assign icons representing at least the basic types of devices (e.g., lamp, switch, universal, macro). Those would be configured in the server, and so would make the client more effective without affecting the simplicity of its UI.
Thanks to the developer. At first device list was not coming up to the phone. But after great support of the developer I found out that changing the language of the phone solved the problem. Melloware thank you very much again. I hope you will sort it out with an update.
Poor and very very £ Already £ on IOS and £8 is £7.99 too much for a basic port that makes no use of the power of Android. Even appliance modules have dim buttons. Not impressed
- Upgraded jMDNS version
- Fixed #109 issue with whitespace around host or password