Truly very able and useful, including... ... the Mona Lisa button for autofocus. You just have to be not so close that there wouldn't be enough fine detail for it to work with. Just back away a little if so, and tap the button again. Voilà. Truly what you need for even mildly mature eyes, and very much appreciated. On latest Amazon bargain Moto g4 Play, fine.
Used to work great on my Nexus 6, but recently the Mona Lisa focus function has been fairly useless, won't focus right. Might be related to phone's Marshmallow upgrade. Also hangs on screen off - screen on sequence.
Works well Magnifies, illuminates and focuses like you'd expect. Simple to use. Haven't tried camera function. ADs are so far unobtrusive. If price were right, might be worth paying to remove ADs.
I am visually impaired, legally blind. I've used a number of different magnifiers, , and this one would be the best except for two things. It won't let you pay to get rid of the ads, which really get in the way of using talkback on my android phone. The other problem is that it won't let talkback recognize what the buttons are. Because of this, it's just not convenient for me to use.
Simple and reliable I use this quite frequently. I use it both for a quick flashlight and to read small things. The glare from the light is occasionally a problem being so close to the subject, but I think this is unavoidable using the camera on the phone. Very solid and reliable.
Need improvement Was working flawlessly on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and was very happy. But now on Samsung Galaxy Note 5 it's horrible not able to focus. Focus button not functioning as it must. Kindly improve it.