Nyko Play Pad Pro Tablet Controller
Amazing controller, especially for the price!
I love being able to play controller-ready games and emulators on my Android tablet and phone, and this Nyko PlayPad Pro makes it super easy. It is by far the best Bluetooth controller I've tried, yet. The regular Nyko PlayPad is not quite as pro-feeling, but it is smaller and comes with a cool tablet/phone stand, so I recommend that, too. The only complaint is that I can't bring up the on-screen keyboard when the controller is connected but, from what I understand, that is an Android problem, not something to do with this joystick. Highly recommended!!
This controller is junk. I returned it after only a few days. The alleged remapping of keeys did not work. The unit does not seem to hold a charge and the instructions are very confusing. Instructions typical translation of chinese to english by someone who does not know english. I tried the 24.99 controller that Gamestops makes and that is much better, and I saved some money ( that I subsequently blew on some games) .
great product for anyone who likes portable gaming
This product s great for anyone who likes portable gaming! Why buy a portable game device when you could buy this to use with your tablet or phone? it is set up just like and Xbox controller and is very comfortable to hold. Shooter games are great with this device and are enhanced immensely with the use of this gamepad. So far it seems like there are a lot of compatible games and there should be more to come. The matte black finish doesnt show fingerprints and keeps the controller looking fairly new even after a lot of use. If youre looking for an Xbox-like controller for your android device, this is probably one one your best options!
I will return this
I bought this controller because the store run out the other one I want. My friend has the other one made by Gamestop and loved. I thought it looks almost the same as this and it should works the same. It's not the same. I will return this one and buy the other controllers online.
This one looks cheap, Poor instructions. Very difficult to use. Difficult to turn on or off. Poor LED indication. No real gamepad mode.
Only works with very limited games.
This products was rushed, app still in BETA!!!
This controller was rushed to the market. The product description on the box as well as NyKo website say's this works with 1000's of games. I have found maybe two that it works with. Your best bet for a controller that works well is to buy an OTG usb cable and a wired XBOX 360 controller (if you tablet or phone supports usb host).
amazing, only needs touch mapping update
So first hardware, it has all the buttons you should ever need, if you have used as xbox 360 controller you have used the layout (especially the pro). Battery seems to last a long time though I've only had it one day I think it was rated at like 30 or 40 hours that I read somewhere.
Functionality I have been testing all day, they just finally got the playground app out but it is still in beta and has only like 8 games preconfigured on there. Another thing to take note of is that the touchscreen mapping ability is not yet released to us so it's just HID mapping which for most intents and purposes is fine.
Mupen64: Controls map fine and function pretty much normal ALTHOUGH, since it is HID mapping sensitivity to your control stick is either on or off, which makes most games feel odd. Driving games you are either cutting the wheel all the way over or driving straight, fps games you are kind of dashing from side to side more and you can't walk only run. For now most games should be decently playable like this, though whenever they get touch mapping working you should in theory be able to get the control sticks mapped to a touch control that will give it the added movement functionality.
GBAoid - seems to work perfect, not alot of controls to mess with.
FPSE - I was a bit sad about this one, the analog sticks won't function no matter what I try, it appears something just isn't right with the programming, hopefully the developer will remedy this, though alot of games you can get away without using them, AND if they add the touchscreen mapping I can just add a control stick on the screen and map the control stick to it.
GTA III: works great, though their default control mapping is really screwy you can customize it to how you want.
If you have any questions let me know, i'm still testing things. Overall its a fantastic gamepad and when they add touchscreen mapping it will allow me to do everything I like, get this for sure if you are going to get any gamepad i would say.