I just got this today and all I've been able to do so far is figure out how to set it up to use with my 10.5 inch iPad Pro and my iPhone 7. I'll try to remember to update this review when I've had a chance to try it out. It took me several minutes of trial and error (and a visit to this Amazon page to look at pictures) to figure out how it goes together and works, but I think I get it now. It came in a simple plastic bag (see photo #1), with no instructions for set up or use. That makes me question what kind of product support to expect. In fact, after several tries, I was unable to find a website for Vikdio. There are at least two other seemingly identical products in Amazon by companies called Gimars and Ulanzi. Of these two, Ulanzi seems to have more experience in the photography industry, but that doesn't mean their version of this product is any better than Vikdio's or Gimars'.I have an older DSLR camera that I've used for years, but it doesn't make photos immediately available to send to people or post on social media. I finally realized that my cell phone and tablet can take simple group photos with just as high quality as my bulky DSLR, and make it possible to immediately transfer the photos to friends in various ways. That was my reason for buying this tripod mount. The price was low enough that, if it didn't work well enough, I wouldn't have ""buyer's remorse"".I was able to attach my phone (which has an Apple case) and my iPad Pro (which has a case with a permanently attached cover) after a couple of tries. I found, thru trial and error, that I have to attach these items in a certain way or I wouldn't be able to reach all of the controls. It was simple to do, once I messed around with it awhile. I can already tell I'm going to like the very compact size, which will make it easy to bring along to parties.There are a couple of ways to attach the mount to your tripod. With either method, you'll want to use the enclosed ball mount. That's not a knock on the product. The swivel attachment will let you raise or lower camera to fine tune it's aim. The first way I tried was mounting it ""long ways"", using the screw hole on the bottom of the mount (see photo #2, sorry the picture is sideways And I can't figure out how to rotate it). I'll probably use it this way in the future, because it supports the tablet from the bottom in both portrait and landscape modes (see photo #2 again). However, using the mounting screw in the middle of the mount (see photos #3 and 4, sorry photo 4 is sideways again) made it feel a bit less top heavy when on the tripod. The disadvantage of using the center mount in landscape mode is that the tablet isn't supported on the bottom (see photo #4 again, sorry, still sideways). The phone is much lighter, so I don't know if that would make a difference in how I would mount it.Bottom line is that it remains to be seen how well this will work and what kind of product support there will be (doubtful), but it is probably worth the gamble due to the relatively low price.