I've thought about getting an ASIAIR for EAA, as I only occasionally stack frames - so a single image stretch which can be done using the ASIAIR would work for me ... maybe? I'm awaiting the soon to be released AISR PRO which does stacking (as well as support DSLRs) and see what users say about it before I plonk down my money. However, I've actually watched several people who do AP using the AIR, and they all say that while the App which controls it will run on a smartphone ... you really have to install the App on a tablet. There's too much stuff displayed on such a small screen as a smartphone, so the bigger the device - the better. The apps menu's are all around the edges of the screen, and there's heaps of them as it will control camera, preview window, autoguider, focuser, filterwheel, run sequence, settings, display, and when showing the image also show histogram. As the icons have to be a decent size for fingers as well as histogram being a decent size ... you can imagine how tiny the actual image is on a smartphone. So they all use large tablets instead.
But ... I already own a PC and a laptop so I really do not wish to have to buy a large tablet to run it! So I investigated emulators for my laptop and pc. Haven't done it though ... because I havent bought an AIR nor an AIR PRO. I'm still uncertain and await early adopters of the PRO to get theirs and tell us all if it is any good.
But, in case anyone on the forum owns one or hadn't already thought of running the AIR (or AIR PRO) on their PC, link below.
Rutger Bus (?) used Bluestacks to download and run the ASIAIR app on his PC. Along with SkySafari for full goto etc. So heaps of PC / laptop screen real-estate to run the app inside while the scope and ASIAIR box is outside. Link to the video is below.