I've been using this app for several years now. It just gets better and better. Works great with my Nikon D7100 and D810. Not often I say this, but I'm glad Zoltan finally is charging fee for it. Worth every penny. The firmware update to the TP-Link MR3040 made the connection very fast and much more stable. I run the app on my BlackBerry Dtek60 and Samsung Tab. On occasion I use the browser to connect, which is handy as well.
Update: Works with my old Xperia Z tablet so rating should reflect that. Nikon d7200 is not recognized. Tried several OTG cables, Blackberry Priv, HTC M9, etc. Nothing works. Wasted $8+ on this. Instructions are very complicated and the UI is not intuitive however most of these apps' interface are not very pleasing. Helicon remote works with the HTC but not the BlackBerry however the full version license is $48. Seeing how I can't really compare the two, I might have to cough up the 48 beans for Helicon because I know it works. Save your money and buy Helicon...you'll need it.
Works fantastic with my nikon d90 and samsung galaxy s8. I had used the free version a long time ago with the d90 and an acer tablet and htc one m7 which both worked well. Top app
Doesn't work with nikon d7000 and Samsung tablet. Won't connect over usb, and what makes it worse is that this app costs money to even try out. There is little to no documentation on how to trouble shoot the issues with connecting d7000 on company website. Save your money and try another app.
I'm using this with a TP-Link MR3040, Open WRT installed on it with a LG V10 connecting to my Nikon 610 and it works great. All the controls are there and no issues thus far. Before I sold my Nikon 7100, it also worked on it. For those who haven't had it work on their camera model, please note on product's FAQ whether it works for your model and if it is limited in functionality. Also make sure you are using the good OTG cables.
Great app for controlling camera remotely for timelapse captures. Had an earlier problem with app crashing when trying connect using USB. Couldn't find an answer by google searching so used the forum on the developer's web page and had a reply right away. Make sure "use android native usb access" is checked in the settings. Connection is not reliable with WU-1a Nikon Wireless adapter but I think this is the fault of WU-1a adapter and not the app itself.
- added Nikon D5600
- added Canon 5D Mk IV and 80D
- Nikon, Canon, Sony communication fixes
- UI fixes
- updated framework
- other bug fixes