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  • #43370
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    Len
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    Behringer, Mackie and soon presonus will have Android apps. Cmon A&H, ios is dead here in Australia.
    Len

    #43392
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    rey
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    Please AH, atleast the GLD remote, already long waiting for this

    #43428
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    dpnh
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    +1 for Android support for iLive, GLD and Qu series

    #45757
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    fergusom
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    + 2 for Android support for iLive

    Also is there a reason anymore that oneMix (or mix pad for that matter) should not be available on the iPhone 6 plus. That screen is so big!! I Have a user who sold iPad to buy the e6+ but has lost oneMix

    #47873
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    Really could do with this, when I asked about this a few years ago I was told it was because ios had a fixed format, now they have changed screen resolution aspect ratio all sorts, where is the android support?

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    Steffen R
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    I guess it would not happen…

    #50625
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    jb12string
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    If it makes the android users feel better, iOS users who upgraded to iOS9 are waiting for a functioning version of mixpad

    #60007
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    jordanyte
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    <rant>
    I have just been reading the archived thread about this topic with great disappointment.

    There HAS to be an ANDROID version of these control surface apps.

    It’s NOT for the FOH engineer. It’s for the musicians in just about every church and music venue who need to use their own phone or tablet for tweaking their own in-ear mix.

    There’s a fundamental disconnect between who A&H believe are using these features and who actually is using these features.

    It’s reasonable to ask an engineer who owns the system to invest a little bit more in an iPad for convenience.
    It’s completely unreasonable to ask hundreds of times that number of people – the musicians – to go and buy an iPad when they already have a perfectly fine Android phone.
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