Updated everything (had to use the delete/re enable account option to get firmware update), downloaded Android App And have played around for a bit with varying degrees of success.
I realize this is a just released product, so I offer up this in hopes it is constructive and helpful.
Set up: Connect x2 card 4gb
Moto Droid (original) running Android 2.3
Canon 1d MK IV.
First I set the card up to only transfer tagged photos. Camera does ~8fps so I dont want all those xmitting over to the Droid. Camera is set to never power off (sleep).
The Card (in camera) and the Android app intermittently see each other.
Usually force stopping the app and re launching it makes them communicate again, but not always.
Sometimes toggling WiFi makes it kick in.
Sometimes turning camera on and off does it.
When they do the transfer is pretty quick.
This is the number one problem at the moment. I have played around with the Direct Mode wait settings, and it does not seam to make a difference.
There should also be a real close/exit option, I don't need this thing running (and using battery) all the time. Let me exit and launch it when I need it (maybe a widget?)
I think their should be a Refresh option in the app to force it to to try and connect and retrieve.
Second when the Phone and Card are communicating, the phone will not Xmit anything over 3g. (This might be a Droid 1 hardware limitation) but I think the phone gives preference to WiFi and as such tries to send over the Card network, not 3g.
The Share option on a photo once it has moved into the App should include the standard Android share options, not just the Eye-Fi network items.
For example I might want to share with DropBox, or my regular FTP client, gmail, etc...
As it is now I need to leave Eye-Fi and launch Gallery, find the photo and share from there.
I noticed you inserted a Share with Eye-fi in the gallery share, so come-on just let me do what I like with the photo once it is on my device (and save me some steps).
I also noticed a couple of times if I use the back sutton to back out, it will get stuck at the login screen, even though I have already logged in. (Force close with data wipe, then good to go.)
It is not a bad first attempt for what is a complicated process. But I don't believe it is ready for prime time just yet (which may very well be why you have not pushed the firmware en-mass).