Importing and exporting will be no problem at all. Let me try to explain:Well, i have to tell that i will be a little bit dissapointed on a desktop editor without a way to import or export .pre files.... Mine or from other users.
One of the main reasons for a desktop editor is that, not only tweaking. I have a ton of presets, including the ones i made, that Android don't let me use on Neuro App neither share with the community. I consider that a basic function, i don't know if neuro database is an issue on that.
On the phone, it is all one single application you use for editing, saving, publishing, browsing, etc.
(by the way, you CAN publish. I think you may have missed the warning screen that tells you how. I will explain below)
With my proposed desktop approach, you will use the editor for creating and saving your presets on your computer. Browsing and publishing will happen with our web site page I posted above, rather than in the editor itself. I will point out that this is just like what people do when they get an audio file somewhere (such as iTunes), they put it in a music library file....and they play it with a player application. Almost anyone who is reading this knows exactly how to deal with getting a file off of the web and then using an application to open it. Same thing here. This seems like a very reasonable way to get something that works well and does not take us months to implement.
Publishing a preset on your phone:
1) Save it to your user library in the sound editor
2) Go to the User tab in the browse sounds area
3) swipe left on the preset you want to publish. You have a choice to delete or to publish.
I know the "share" button does not work on Android, but that is for emailing of texting the file....not publishing.
Hope this is helpful!