On Galaxy tab s7 with attached keyboard:
The shortcut integration seems to be different for the one on iPad?
On Android there is no ⌘-Button. However, the corresponding Button (I guess it is the OS-button) calls the Google Assistant. Deactivating the latter does nothing. At least I can neither call the shortcut overview nor do I know how to call undo / redo via shortcut.
Also there seems to be a bug with the move shortcuts (left, right, up, down).
Pressing it once let it pan forever.
On s7 the S-Pen deactivates finger interaction with the screen as soon you are closer than 1 cm to it. This makes the usage of your program more tricky as you always have to lift the S-Pen before any finger press is registered (e.g. press and hold the Mask Icon). That’s the reason I prefer using shortcuts - at least in other programs.
For the same reason I think about mapping some of the shortcuts on my nintendo switch joycon.
However, to do so I need shortcuts to work - especially for changing the intensity of a brush.
Would be great to give the shortcuts on Android more love!
UPDATE: after getting my Joycon connected with my s7 I realized, that you already trigger for joypad commands. However the bug mentioned above remains: as soon I press one direction you trigger a move accordingly. In result it does not stop the movement and I have to kill Nomad.
Knowing this: it would be great if you introduce a mapping feature within Nomad to assign shortcuts to the Joypad.