Hoping my phone is just too new... Just downloaded the app onto my HTC One (Android 4.1.2), and the best performance experienced so far is random pics (sensitivity too high?) and a 2-3 second delay in response to a very bright bolt in view. A check of the pictures taken nets zero capture of any lightning bolts or flashes.
Didn't Work On My S4 I bought this app last night when our Monsoon was rolling through and I had it set to 10, it took about 6 pictures and every single one of them was black. Even when taking the pix myself, I do a bit better than that. Wish I wouldn't have paid that much. :(
Great Little App! I hate it when I have my camera pointed in one direction and a gigantic bolt strikes in the opposite direction but thanks to the Lightning Trigger App I can have both areas covered! It's also great for sharing awesome lightning photos via Twitter or Facebook when it happens instead of waiting to get home to process photos. Marcelo Albuquerque @COSpotter_MJA
It works. Kind of if it crashes on you turn on your auto rotate. That fixed the crashing problem on my phone. The pictures it took were very disappointing though. While my ipod caught over 200 pics, this app only caught 4 and there wasn't even any lightning in them.
Effective App Minus little Glitches This app works better than I expected in capturing individual Lightning Bolts in any lighting. The only problem is on occasion the app will stop working. Granted, this mainly happens when I initially load the app or try to open one of my two galleries.
no luck first time waiting to give another try Samsung Galaxy note 2 not any luck first time, but waiting for another chance for this app, not many thunder storms in Helsinki Finland unless they cross from Russia or Estonia, and don't lose energy over the Baltic sea. perhaps little information on sensitivity slider ,,,, ie 1 very sensitive or not sensitive
DSLR Remote Control for your camera, remote trigger, shutter release, live view