Great app for Xbox1 PROS: It queues things fine, has some important functions in remote, works well with original Xbox XBMC and probably runs HTTP: API, easy to setup. CONS: The downside is it doesn't have thumbnails (at least in JB 4.2), has very few functions other than Play, Stop, Pause, Next, Prev etc in the remote. It does not seem to have a landscape feature for the remote view although all the other views have one and it probably doesn't recognize RCON: API. The app seems to be abandoned by the dev.
Nice app for htpc Great app, more functional than official app on Incredible. Can't hide menu again after accessed during playback though unless I'm missing something. Seems to cause xbmcbuntu to lock up sometimes as well for some reason.
Poor app as it stands. Has lots of potential. Pros: thumbnails, server selection from the home screen, its free... Cons: force closes during every use on my gs2 with all 3 of my win7 HTPCs, terrible UI and home screen setup
Best for XBMC4XBox A side effect of using the out of date API, that makes it ineffective with modern versions of XBMC (e.g. on PCs), makes it perfect for use on original old XBoxes running XBMC4XBox. 🙆 💜 🎬 📺 🎵
Half the keys don't work. Running XBMC on a Raspberry Pi. In the remote, all the direction keys don't work, making it impossible to navigate menus. When playing videos, no information (other than the name) is shown. The app would not tell me whether the connection had been successful, which is a problem when it doesn't connect. Sadly, while this app seems to be capable of providing more functionality than the official XBMC remote, it doesn't work as expected, therefore I had to uninstall it again.
Not bad Motorola ATRIX. Connects just fine and controls are decent, but I found only a few bugs that kinda turn me off. Remote buttons need to be recoded.