Hmm interesting point. The software is oriented towards Android auditors, and never heard of auditors using Android as a platform to audit apk files. It’s simply not useful. Remember that to audit an apk file, you must download it first, uncompress it, decompile it and check its code. In Android, you cannot download that apk file directly from Google Play, you would need a third party software, which takes out the only benefit I can see on using Android for this task.
Nevertheless, it’s true that a CLI application is probably not the most user friendly way of auditing, and we are working towards a much better approach, at least for most users, but it’s not yet in a develooment stage were it makes sense to present it.
If you see the current software for auditors, all we have is 2-3 Java frameworks that don’t really gind too much vulnerabilities, and are full of false positives. We try to fix this market niche with SUPER, but even if we currently do it better than the rest, we still have a lot of work to do to get to a point where I would be fine on releasing a 1.0 version.