The myKeypad application, which if I recall was something like $15 for lite and $99 for pro, is now free and $34.99 in the Android marketplace. The new release says little, just "bug fixes and price drop".
I have been running a trial of the pro, and it is fairly complete. It has three pieces of flakiness that irritate me, one is the log file downloads lots of garbage (new logs dated in the year 2032), and the other that loss of communication is not flagged really, things just stop working right. The final is that it is tough to know when you are "done" -- it stays connected in background, chewing battery and giving violation alerts. You have to be very careful in how you exit to make it be "done and stopped".
But I was about to buy it for $99, as it does seem to be getting at least some activity and support vs. elkDroid, and at $35 it is a no-brainer for me. I'm using it on a Galaxy II with 2.6.35 (NoNamed ROM), and have tried it both over the cellular as well as wifi, and through NAT and locally connected to Wifi. All worked.
And it is VERY handy to walk around with it showing zone status when you are testing, doing work on contacts, etc. Saves a lot of walking back to the PC and ElkRP.
PS. Disconnect from ElkRP before using, they do conflict and cause more flakiness.
PPS. On rereading this I make it sound worse than it is -- that is not the intention. The majority of it seems to work quite well, I just wish the developer was a bit more active. So am posting partly as drumming up more interest here might get more interest there.
Edited by Linwood, 01 February 2012 - 12:23 PM.