We are now launching the first of several Nikonians Android clients that we have in the pipeline. The first app to be available for Google Android, in addition to the existing iOS version, is our mGallery app.
mGallery lets you showcase your work while being mobile, supporting easy connection to the Nikonians gallery on tablets and smartphones, with bookmarking of your favorites and more.
The Android version of mGallery for smartphones and tablets can be downloaded from Google Play
The iOS version for iPhones and iPads can be downloaded from Apple iTunes
Bo when can I expect a WINDOWS 8 phone version for any of the Nikonian apps? I have the Nokia 1020, which I bought for the fantastic 40 MP camera and the ability to shoot RAW DNG files. You guys cover Apple and Android, yet WINDOWS appears to be an orphan even though in Europe and South America it is gaining market share. When combined with the One Drive feature, it is a powerful combination.
Mon 07-Apr-14 10:18 AM | edited Mon 07-Apr-14 10:19 AM by Covey22
This was a very happy post for me. I was feeling left out even though I've got a Google Nexus.
I am speaking strictly as a Smartphone user, not as a Team Member. Additionally, I was not involved in any way shape or form with the mGallery creation. This is simply an observation.
Respectfully, it took a while to get the Android version going, which I had been waiting for. Windows Mobile in any flavor constitutes less than 2% of the overall smartphone market. I'm sure there is consideration for Win Mobile, but looking at the numbers, I'm not sure the overall demand is there. Again, just an observation.
Mon 07-Apr-14 10:45 PM | edited Tue 08-Apr-14 12:33 AM by robsb
Actually Windows 8 phone market is more than 2%. In the US it is over 5%. In the UK it is about 10%.In some countries, it outsells Apple, but not Android. The key is Microsoft is pushing toward an integration of all their products under a single OS. The Windows 8.1 release due tomorrow is a step in that direction. I have Windows Phone Apps for Flicker, the camera apps for phones like the 1020 blow away any mobile camera out there. I get 38 MP DNG files and they look really good. It is not too difficult to port from Apple or Android so I am still wondering why a photo site is ignoring Windows Phone (not Windows Mobile which was the old OS), except for the fact that it is not made by Nikon. We talk about all the mirrorless cameras Nikonians have. Here is an image taken with an 8 mp Nokia 920. I don't have a good 1020 image to post or I would. You only have to remember the 1020 is a 40 MP camera with DNG files. It has been used by pros at National Geographic with stunning results.
1. App Crash: The app crashes when I'm viewing an individual photo and attempt to Save To Album. Perhaps it's related to the fact that it's a photo from "My Gallery"?
I reported the above via AOS Error Reporting as well.
2. FaceBook Error: With the same photo as above being viewed, when I attempt to use the FB option via "All Share Options" icon in the upper right, the client returns "Please attach only photos or a single video" and returns me to the photo.