Yes, that would be awesome, but it's a very difficult task, so there's no chance that it'll happen soon. For a while, I'll focus all my energy improving the Mac and Windows versions (there's well enough to occupy me).
Coollector is available on both Mac and Windows, because it's written with a cross-platform library called wxWidgets.http://wxwidgets.org/
Unfortunately, as I speak, wxWidgets isn't of any help to make a version of Coollector for smartphones and tablets, but there are plans for wxWidgets to support iOS and Android in the future:http://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/wx-users/yxI8kxp1ph8
If wxWidgets evolves as planned, it'll be a lot much easier to port Coollector. Otherwise, it'll be necessary to write a new program entirely from scratch. It's not something that I would do myself. I'd rather wait for Coollector to become successful enough to be able to hire a programmer for that task.