Cam is an app that can remotely control your camera.
In my years of using a digital camera, I've noticed two common problems with 3rd-party WiFi controller apps:
Cam has 2 things that make it unique. First, it's built from the ground up with a complete scripting API that allows you to automate workflows, try experimental features, and even customize the UI.
Cam isn't just a glorified remote shutter app. You have total freedom to do anything. Cam has dozens of built-in Lua scripts to automate lots of different workflows. Astrophotogaphy mode, focus peaking, timelapse scripts, you name it. These aren't baked-in features - you can customize every aspect of a script, even if you don't know how to code. And if you do, you can create your own modes from scratch.
Second, Cam is made from the ground-up by testing against a virtual camera, which also helps with rapid prototyping and improves reliability.
Remotely control a camera from anywhere in the world with a rich API over the web.
Available for astronomy and long-term timelapse.
Coming Soon (2024)
The Cam Intervalometer is a free app for Android based on CamControl. It has no ads, in-app purchases, or missing features.
Camit is a free and open-source Linux/Windows app. It is primarly built to be a fast and painless liveview and CLI utility, with scripting integration. Scripts are perfectly compatible with the mobile app.