Video is misleading. Shows that the ColorMunki Smile is compatible, but it absolutely is not. A reason for my original purchase was in my believing it would work for both my PC and Android device. Was hoping this issue would have been resolved this past summer, but it hasn't been. I feel misled.
Works perfectly with Samsung Galaxy Tab S with AMOLED display. Looks brilliant! On top of the display remains a grey transparent bar covering the picture which is annoying. I could not find out how to remove it. Unfortunately I could not calibrate my Sony Xperia Z3 compact. The process always freezes after some minutes.
Does not work with my Google Pixel I have an I1 Display Pro, but this app was unable to complete the calibration with it. It stops somewhere in the middle and no matter how much I wait it does not finish calibrating.
Didn't work Kind of useless if the app just stops during calibration. Using an i1 Pro which is recognised and starts calibration, but then about 2/3 through just stops progressing so it's no use. At least it was free
you just have to buy the device most of the download consists of a video advert for the device. not much fun, i don't see why there cannot be a default setting for sRGB, which most/all modern display devices are factory-calibrated to, which would at least give users a chance to get started with previewing different printer output-profiles
Does not accept my i1 Display pro I lost my money buying the expensive i1 Display pro, because even though it says it is supported, ColorTrue only works if you buy it from x rite directly, it won't work if you buy it from an OEM. Why don't you say this in the software description?! X rite create software that won't work with their own hardware so I might as well buy a spider 4 instead. At least datacolor make software that works with their hardware.
Improvements have been made to the calibration process.