If you’re an iPhone user, you may have already heard about the TriggerTrap, a mobile triggering app. But if you’re an Android user, you’ll be glad to know that TriggerTrap has finally released a version for your mobile OS.
However, unlike the iPhone app, Android users will need to use TriggerTrap’s new mobile dongle. Additionally, it only offers eight different triggering modes compared to the iPhone app’s 12 options. Fortunately, the latest dongle has a more reliable, more sensitive, faster triggering, and a slimmer plug.
Before downloading the TriggerTrap for Android, which is available for $5, make sure that you have at least an Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) or higher version on your phone. You’ll also need to purchase a dongle and cable. All in all, you may have to spare around $30 for the whole setup.[PetaPixel]