As of right now most functionality is already working for Android but under the covers it's quite different. The android version currently is uploading a copy of all data to an online SQL database where I was hoping to host a web interface.
The only hurdle left is with the actual SMS commands coming in. Currently the program will intercept them and instantly delete them if they are actually a command as opposed to a regular text message, the problem is that the notification bar shows that an incoming sms message has arrived even though it's already gone and clicking on the message just makes it disappear.
To solve this, I might make the control run through either a web page (the phone itself checks in for commands) or direct IP communications (most likely through an actual app remote control).
As it stands right now, all communications on my phone are being silently uploaded to an SQL database.
As for working on an HD running Android, it should work flawlessly. Unlike the WM version which is making low level calls directly to system dll files (more likely to have differences between vendors) and undocumented functions, the Android version is running completely native. It should run exactly the same on all devices.
Maybe I'll post an early sample version for people to try soon.
First thanks for a cool app. There have been a lot of 'spy' applications available commercially for smartphones for a long time now so i don't feel you have done anything to decrease security (in fact the opposite effect may be true as people become aware of the risks).
I'd be interested in hearing about progress of the Android version - I use a HTC HD2 running WM and your app at the moment and it is a lifesaver when losing or even leaving behind (at home, in the office) my phone.
I am also running android on that device and if in android I don't yet have such a solution. Would be interested to know whether you are close to having a workable product and indeed whether you have any knowledge of whether it's likely to work on android running on the HD2 hardware.