Cannot manually enter IP for device Auto detection of the device is great if all of your network is fed by one WiFi router. If you have a larger or more complicated network setup to allow the WiFi network to access the wired network then you need an option for manual IP entry. Not complaining because it is free and I applaud the developer's effort. Just be aware it only works on very simple setups.
Great app to adjust the antenna! This app is very helpful in adjusting the antenna remotely. The only thing I could possibly find missing is the frequencies being tuned to. The app on the computer does show that when it scans though. Sometimes when the signal is less than 100% but still green the whole bat goes green.
Great for pointing the antenna Superb app for showing all the facets of digital TV reception - signal strength, signal to noise, and most importantly, symbol quality. Some channels with great strength and SN ratio have intermittent symbol dropouts that otherwise wouldn't be noticeable until viewing. This app shows it all. If you've got an HDHomeRun, you really should get this too.
A little buggy but worth its weight in gold I just installed an antenna in the attic, in August, in Houston. Needless to say I didn't want to stay up there long. This app let me measure signal strength from my phone while in the attic adjusting the antenna. I couldn't be more grateful.
I really want to use this, but the fact I am unable to access anything not on my wireless subnet immediately prevents me from using this. I understand not being able to scan, but at the very least let me manually designate an IP. It would stand to reason that people who choose to implement a networked OTA tuner would be the geeky sort, and maybe some of them would have a network that is atypical.
Does what it claims; and that's the best that can be said. I don't have the time it would take to describe all the ways this app is disappointing. In order to adjust an antennae using this app you would have to have a pencil and paper to write down all of the station number translations during the 15+ minutes it takes to manually "scan" each individual station. Then manually type in the stations you want to tune/adjust in a tedious process of turn, type, wait, repeat. The alternative is to "scan" them several times to make sure getting one station clear doesn't undo the tuning of another. This, of course, would take several hours if you live anywhere near a metropolitan area. There are 2 or 3 extremely simple UI enhancements that could make this "simple" app actually usable. Since this hasn't happened in the last year, I don't expect it anytime soon. For the love of all that's usable, couldn't you at least retain the list of tuned stations to scroll through?! From my experience with app development, I can only imagine that the original app was written in less than an hour and the only development time devoted to it since has been debugging.
1.25 - Fix issue with TC devices
1.24 - Fix small text on progress bars, other bug fixes
1.23 - improve communication with device
1.22 - fix channel text changing while it was being editted, sorry about that!
1.21 - fix tune button broken issue
1.2 - Updated to use new library code, fix some crashes, automatically update channel number when channel is changed by another program
1.13 - Fixed crash in the tuner details menu when using beta firmware
Antenna length calculator for ham radio, CB, or other radio applications.