A fully customizable Stream deck for your android device. It can have up to multiple hundreds of buttons on the screen and can resize them freely. Change their color, add pictures and text overlay as well. Can connect to OBSwebsocket, play sounds, do macros and even some sound pitch change. I basically made this app for my self and decided to put in some extra work to make it usable by everyone else, So here is the final product.

This tool comes with 2 things.
"LioranBoard Receiver" which acts as a local server on your PC for your android device to connect to and what is gonna be performing the actions.(comes with example deck with some tame memes)
"LioranBoard Stream Deck" Which will be your stream deck, (PC and Android version included)

-This tool can connect directly to OBS, simulates Keypresses(macro) and plays sound clips of your choice.
-You can connect multiple devices, so if you have multiple tablets laying around, you can use them all simultaneously.
-You can edit the appearance of the stream deck by changing button size, color, adding pictures to them, and adding text overlays.
-Since the simulated keypresses are not directly linked to OBS you can technically use it for any other program of your choices such as an image or video editing tool.

I might look into putting the app on google play store later if there are enough demands for it but for the moment it is a manual install only. Let me know if you have any feedback or suggestion, I sometimes go on twitter @lioranwaters and I do stream aswell twitch.tv/lioran

I only have 2 devices to test it on so if you have tested it let me know how it ran or if it just crashed and what device you used so I know the limit of this.(kinda new in tablet programming)

1.15 Read Me + Patch note

Deck editor
Stream Deck 1
Stream Deck 2
Resizable buttons
My own use of it
First release
Last update
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Latest updates

  1. Graphical improvement

    Made a lot of changes to the receiver, Looks much better, can now delete/Add/Move decks from the...
  2. Websocket Support is in

    The receiver can now connect to OBSwebsocket and send commands. Good for toggling filters/source...