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  • #36555
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    Steffen R
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    Will there be windows support in the near future?
    And an Android app?

    #36568
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    eotsskleet
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    There is an Android App already programmed by a third party player: http://qu-apps.wieggers.org/

    #36571
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    Steffen R
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    Looks interesting

    #36583
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    Steffen R
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    no Windows support in the near future

    #36586
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    Anonymous

    is that an official statement from A&H?

    #36587
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    it’s a statement from Nicola, that’s not official I guess… it’s his knowledge so far
    Maybe he clarifies this sometimes.

    #36981
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    topdj
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    qu app for android has been updated, sure its not as fancy as the Ipod version but I can adjust my monitor without leaving my mains on the qu-16

    #36982
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    Rufus
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    Seems silly really. Windows is the dominant platform, and the growth rate of Android is way ahead of iOS.

    #37465
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    An android app would be awesome! Even if it just did the basics. Being able to adjust your own monitor through your android device / phone would be great!

    #39675
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    MatzeX01
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    An App for my Windows 8.1 tablet would be awesome!

    #42429
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    Yep. I agree. Windows and Android need to have the same support. It is crazy that they don’t. It begs the question, why?

    #42596
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    Apple devices are pretty uniform whereas Android ones are very diverse – manufacturer/firmware/rooting etc.??
    Most pro-audio manufacturers have favoured Apple devices so far, I’m happy with that!
    Android seems “messy” to me, but that’s just my opinion.
    I’d have to think long and hard before I’d buy a device that was “Android only” compatible TBH.
    I’m sure lots of people have the opposite opinion too:)

    #42599
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    Windows isn’t a dominant platform any more. Certainly not in the world of touch devices.

    An offline editor should support Windows and MacOS, but in the fondleslab world windows barely registers as a rounding error globally. (In the same way I’d like a linux offline editor, but it’s going to appear only if trivial).

    Sure it’d be nice to have an android app as polished as the iOS app, but which device do you test it on?

    I am hoping that they release a ‘mini’mix app for iPhone/android when/after they do multiple IP connections. That’s where multiplatform support is important.

    #42605
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    I know latency is not an issue for “our” particular app, but it does explain why audio companies are not, in general, fans of he green robot.

    http://www.prosoundnetwork.com/androidvoid

    Edit – the links not showing – I shall try again.

    #42606
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    404?

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