Resize: yes I tried it but I only get the whole screen zoomed in/out...
and yes, I can understand you can not test on each and every Android variation... mine is based on CyanogenMod 11, KitKat 4.4.4 at the current time, which is the stock ROM of the device... the device is not rooted (if you'd ask for that )
Perhaps, we were just too busy with the new desktop version release and didn't really have much time to look at its mobile little brother. :)
Thanks for the info. We would do that but the idea behind Agent is to make it as simple to use as possible. You won't believe it but many people have really no idea what a zip file is and how to extract it. :) It would be a support technician's nightmare to explain not just how to download and run the Agent, but also how to unpack it :)
By the way, after our second review request Google lifted the malware warning at least in Google Webmaster Tools. I'm not sure why Chrome still detects it - perhaps these two things are not directly related. We'll keep on eye on this situation anyway.
Well, we didn't notice any anomalies when testing the mobile version on Android 4.4.4 although it was not OnePlus One. Unfortunately, we cannot test the program on each and every available Android device, there are so many of them. :o
Thank you John for taking the time writing this instruction. I hope it will help everyone to resolve the issue while our request to Google is being reviewed. We sent it couple of hours ago and normally such requests are reviewed for 24 hours or so.