Way better than ConnectBot & on par with JuiceSSH & works w/ swipe/Swype The convenience features for irssi and screen are especially great but it also works well just for normal command-line access. The one thing it lacks that I wish it had is mosh support. JuiceSSH has mosh but doesn't work with the Android swipe keyboard or Swype. So if you use the swipe keyboard or Swype, you'll probably be happier with Irssi ConnectBot.
I love it This app is just about perfect for your ssh and telnet needs. With the last update I sometimes get a band of random noise about 2cm wide in the upper half of the screen. Also, with the newer phones/tablets without a physical scroll wheel, I havent found a way to use up- and down arrows, which would be very useful.
Very good but two things. - Would be very nice if the URLs in the url-scan feature could be editted before use! - Agent forwarding did not seem to always work.... unitl I figured how to change settings for a specific connection. For me it was not clear you need to long press a connection entry to be able to edit it...
Marvelous with hardware keyboard Used this for a long time on a Samsung moment and appreciated the enhancements. It works great on my TF 101; I can use the ctrl key very naturally and operate bash and tmux. I tried VX connectbot but it's keyboard shortcuts got in the way.
Very good ssh Minor problems: - Hitting ESCape on the external keybooard opens the URL scan. - When a bluetooth keyboard is connected it rotates to landscape only from one side while my tablet cover allows the support for the opposite. It would be nice to allow which ever rotation the user likes.
AWESOME! If you're an IRC nerd and want to be able to ssh into a box running irssi, this app is perfect!! If you already have ConnectBot installed, this app might have conflicts, because it's the same thing with extra irssi support. Uninstall ConnectBot and everything works perfectly!
- Private keys are no longer backed up using Google's restore service. Generate new private keys if you don't trust Google! (Thanks to Pricey @ Freenode!)
- Bugsense removed