I've Just published version 1.0.5 of my app to the Android Market. It now provides access to all the digital inputs, outputs and sensors of the 8/8/8 Interface Kit with (I hope) a much better user interface.
There is still some room for improvement on the sensor UI as I have some difficulty in laying out the sensor indicators in a neat way, hence the used of 'Galleries' to flip between dials. I'm not particularly 'overwhelmed' by this solution having initially thought the use of 'Galleries' would provide an excellent way of presenting sensor data so work on this area continues...
Many thanks to those of you who have submitted crash reports. This is an excellent mechanism to provide valuable bug information to developers though only available on Android >= 2.2. So far I've only had a handful (is that good or bad?) but do submit them if you are given the opportunity.
As there seems to be an official Phidgets library for Android release imminent I do not now intend to compile the latest version myself. I think you can all appreciate that would be pointless now. With my own humble efforts I like to think I highlighted just what an excellent platform Android is and it brought forward the release of the official Android library. I don't think Phidgets as a company will regret diverting resources to Android. It is as we all 'droid users know far superior to Apple iPhone OS..