Thx 4 developing this fine app! Finally seti on android! Finally I can use boinc on my android devices, without depending on embedded Linux. It's a shame that the official boinc android app doesn't manage to get all projects working on android devices like nativeboinc long does already - using anonymous app_info.xml and arm-compiled boinc and project binaries. Thx for developing this fine app! If users get authorisation issue: just reboot phone and retry, that does the trick.
Battery? Both this and the Berkeley app noticeably drain battery & create heat in my phone (Galaxy s4) even when computation is suspended. Doesn't make a lot of sense. If this was fixed, these apps would be great.
Works great on Asus MeMO tablet Regular Android Boinc gave me problems, but this version goes just fine. I have it set so SETI@HOME runs all the time I'm not actively running other apps.
Almost as good as a normal client Sometimes is a bit picky about installing (download authorization failure, but then often works after the device is restarted. Better set of BOINC projects are available through this app than the official BOINC client at the mo, probably due to anonymous CPU mode execution of the apps. A few non native bits of English remain, butt in general this app is very good. Running these projects will drain your battery, even if you delve into the settings, though my experience is running just on 2 cores or for 50% time makes a big difference and keeps your phone, tablet or TV box cool. Also there is no support for any MALI GPU but that is no surprise.
Didn't work / set up instructions are a nightmare I am am a very tech savvy person, yet I couldn't follow the set up instructions.
Sure This phone is only used as a clock on my wall These days. It doesn't even have a SIM card. Why Waste all that process our poWer just so I can see the time every noW and then? You're welcome to use as much of it as You want! Good luck.
Version 0.4.4.2.3 (beta) (2013-09-09):
- fixed NPEs in various places
- disabled debug logging
First, official world radioactivity map with data from Radioactive@Home project