No Auto focus Never would have bought this if I had known there is no auto focus option. I understand why manual focus is preferred most of the time, but not including auto focus because you don't believe it's needed is ridiculous. Give the user the choice. As a follow up to the reply below, I have a cabled Polaroid remote for my Nikon which controls the auto focus and will not initiate the shutter until the focus is confirmed. I had hoped to use some of the features on this app that my cable release doesn't support.
Good. Interface needs simple improvements though Great value overall! When in a specific trigger mode pressing the back button exits the app. It should return to the main screen - Android standard. Also entering specific times is very clumsy. One always has to backspace for every digit already entered and then enter value for all placeholders rather than just simply changing the time with a spinner for minutes or seconds etcetera. Standard Android design. A black background for night is better. On eos 70D, bulb mode not required!
Update: Nexus 7 GONE, now LG V10 5* I'm a happy user! Issue listing below no longer applies. -- -- Dongle plug tricky to use on my Nexus 7, fine on DROID X2. After inserting plug into Nexus 7 earphone jack I back it out just a bit. Camera and Nexus then communicate well. I hope developer catches Android features up to the excellent tricks available in iOS. I gave iOS app 5 stars.
Android users beware. If you're interested in buying the hardware, I suggest saving your money. Triggertrap is pathetic on Android. Master-slave function doesn't work for most people and the developers don't care. This is an iOS centric company that doesn't care about its Android user base.
Good, but... I like triggetrap and it is amazing what it can do, but it has its limitations (a lot more than I though). Camera has always to be on manual focus (which is not that bad, you can learn to manual focus better), otherwise my cam cannot take a shot. I did not explore everything whit it yet but i think that you made a good app and dongle, and you have a good support!
Unfortunate that iOS supports more features The iOS app is vastly superior because it supports more features than the android app. Depending on how you use it, you may not care but it seems that the functions that depend on the mobile os to properly support real time audio aren't implemented on the android app. Which sorta makes sense because android for years has had problems with real time audio. Its well documented and Google can't or won't fix it. Too bad. Also no motion detection on the Android app vs the iOS app which does support it.