at the moment it's mostly useless You can't manage the camera as in Panasonic ImgApp, for example. You can't focusing normally 'cause you can't zoom view and not able to MF, can't use AEL, can't shoot HighRes (!), can't... almost anything you need. LiveView is fataly useless. App can be used as Remote shooter, but doing so eat much battery and WiFi enabling tooks too much time and movements. So wired remote shooter is just much easier, faster and economic. This time I'm very disappointed >:-(
TG4 Works on-off with Nexus 5, works well on ASUS ZenFone 5 1) latest update to support Android 5 better, seems to have stabilised the connection, TIP** Turn off VPN if you have it running in the background or else it won't work. 2) for some strange reason, it still messes with the 3G connection while connected to the private Wi-Fi with TG4 on my Nexus 5. Not so for the ASUS ZenFone 5. It's getting less buggy which is great cos phone control of camera is awesome & file transfer is so convenient for sharing.
Application Hangs This application just hangs on Samsung Galaxy Note 2. It works erratically and not reliable. If Olympus can make a wonderful camera such as OM D E 1then why they dish out such lousy application.
Not working on Android 5.0 Sony z ultra 5.0 doesn't work at all. Found a 3 year old ipod touch 4th generation.... Works perfectly on that.......
Not good enough When importing photos there is no way to import all new, i.e. latest without duplication of already imported ones. Selecting one by one when you have hundreds of photos is a very bad experience. Selecting date when importing would be nice. Browsing through photos is very slow.
Primitive but it works. Like some similar apps for other camera brands this app does the job but is quite low in the 'Features' and 'User Friendly' departments. This can make for a lengthy 'first time' setup, especially if the camera has an unfriendly remote connection setup.
Support for the latest cameras.
Support for Android 5.
This app lets you control a Panasonic Wi-Fi camera/camcorder via a smartphone.