Review from Dan L
good app I wish it had more help with the commands somewhere.. and maybe should have a highlight option or something.. took me a long time to figure out the capture feature.. really is no help with trigs and commands...for everyone without a menu key. Just search "menu button on screen" download menu button (no root)... works well and you can access the menu in lensdroid
No menu softkey With most droids ditching the menu button there is no way to access settings. Booooooo. Update your app. I recommend mukluk or blowtorch. Both have pros and cons but are ultimately far better than the prehistoric lensdroid. It's a shame too. If they updated the settings access this could probably be a #1 mud client. 1 star until something changes.
Just too old No menu softkey, app randomly comes alive in the background and eats battery like crazy. It's just too out of date on Android 6.0, which is sad as it was the only good mudclient with scripting.
Stops working Every time I receive a text this client stops working. It doesn't disconnect me, it just stops. I see the echo of my commands and that's it. It's not the only client that does it but, this is a huge flaw. ZTE Supreme.
Most reliable I've found this client to be the most reliable client for my use. My only quibles are that perhaps its icon could stand an update, & I'd really like an expandable text box for editing my posts in, when I'm writing long bits, I'd like to be able to check over everything without swiping it away inadvertantly.
Disappointed There is no menu softkey button to be able to access the settings on this application. With so many phones doing away with menu keys, a softkey is critical to be able to use this application!
* Added "Keep Text on Enter" to the Input Options. Makes it so when you hit enter the text is saved on the buffer.
* Added "Highlight Saved Text" to the Input Options to compliment the Keep Text by highlighting the saved text.
* Added "Command Split" to the Input Options. This will make it so commands can be separated by semicolons when being entered. A space needs to surround the semicolon. (Ex: look ; who ; tell bob Hi! ;) ) will look then who, and then send a tell to bob with a winky face.