(I am not connected with SkyWatcher, I'm just an enthusiastic user.)
I have successfully controlled a SynScan Alt-Az telescope with SkySafari on an iOS device (Device A) but you absolutely need to be simultaneously running SynScan Pro on another iOS device (Device B). Both devices must be connected to the WiFi network broadcast by the SynScan WiFi adapter (the SSID is SynScan_WiFi_xxxx, with xxxx a code unique to your adapter, and the IP address is 192.168.4.1). This network is isolated from the Internet. This is called Access Point Mode.
Device B will be assigned an IP address such as 192.168.4.2 when you connect to the adapter over WiFi using Syn Scan Pro. Make sure everything is running fine, and perform your initial sky align just as if it were a hand controller. Keep the app running and on-screen! There's a setting for ensuring that. Put Device B aside (but you can always use it to control the 'scope).
When you are ready for SkySafari, launch it on Device A and go to Settings: Telescope: Setup and choose Scope Type to be "SkyWatcher SynScan" and Mount Type to be "Alt-Az. GoTo". Under Communication Settings choose the IP Address of Device B and Port Number 11882. Almost there!
Press "Done" on the setup screen to return to the main SkySafari screen. Press the telescope icon to raise the menu and press Connect. That should do it!
You can also do this in Station Mode. Follow their instructions, and note that the IP Addresses will change. I find that in Station Mode, especially while learning, things are more likely yo get messed up, in which case you need to know how to do a factory reset. See https://www.cloudyni...pter/?p=8665684
Hope this helps.
Edited by Dave Chapman, 27 June 2018 - 02:05 PM.