I've been thinking the Olympus Image Share App could come in handy for remote live view/shutter with my E-M1, particularly for experimenting with lighting in the studio without having to run back to the camera to see the result of repositioning a light. (Totally understand how valuable modeling lamps are now, but for the moment I have to make do with a set of Yongnuo's.) Two questions: 1) I cannot seem to get the Image Share app to install on my Android tablet. My daughter has a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kid's Tablet running Android 4.1.2 that I thought I'd be able to borrow after bedtime, but the Play Store says "Your device isn't compatible with this version." I'm not really an Android person, are there some apps like this that simply cannot be installed on a tablet and only work on phones or something? The Panasonic app runs fine on this tablet with my GM1, but that doesn't do me much good in the studio. :smile: 2) If my Android tablet is a no-go, I might consider picking up a cheap used device primarily to run Image Share. Has anyone had the opportunity to compare Image Share on iOS vs Android? Does either version have a tendency to work better than the other for purposes of remote live view/shutter? Thanks in advance for any input you folks could provide!