The lens compensation app can do little more than approximate a level of corner color shift or vignetting. The app cannot read an adapted lens, and therefore cannot determine the actual amount there is. Most lenses that do have color issues often display rather complex color shift patterns, which cannot be corrected via the app. Also, I don't think it writes to raw, at least not yet.
If you want to critically correct for color shift, I suggest checking out the software "Cornerfix" or Lightroom's flat field plugin. Both offer the possibility of creating your own lens/body specific profiles. However as most manual lenses (All SLR glass, most RF lenses longer than 35mm) do not display corner shift, so you might not have to go through the hassle at all...
Victor is too lazy for DSLRs
Sony A7rII Kolari mod
Noctilux ASPH, 35lux FLE, 50 APO ASPH, 75 APO cron, 21lux, Sony/Minolta 135mm STF