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Discussion in 'Android' started by Duo8, May 13, 2014.
This guy made Cider, a way to run iOS apps on Android. Pretty slow though.
That's pretty awesome, ios does get a lot of exclusive apps and receive developer support first most of the time so this is really interesting.
That's pretty neat
cool would love to test it.
Man ive been wanting to do this for so long now. Ill be keeping a close eye on this.
This is a pretty huge deal, actually. If it takes off and the performance bar is kept high, all the reasons for buying an iPhone, meaning all of the exclusive applications, are completely null and void. Great job, a really interesting feat indeed.
I hope it can get apps running well soon.
Really want to play TWEwY in HD.
back when i had a iphone there was a project to run android apps on iphone , but cant really recall its name :/
Im pretty sure it was something like bootstrap or something I know we had a tutorial here to do it
I found it
but it didnt go far , now its closed i think , but it was a nice concept , as this one
Haven't come across a lot of exclusive iOS apps, but this will come in handy for when I do.
This reminds me of that DS emulator that was released on the PSP a while back. Hopefully it'll have a longer lifetime though
But it can settle a lot of arguments, and just very cool feature for any phone to have.
This is damn amazing. I'd use it to play the Shin Megami Tensei 1 translation that hasn't reached android yet (if it ever is brought to android that is.)
Then the only reason to get an iPhone would be...uhh...would be like...
EDIT: But this is neat, Infinity Blade on my S4 pls ;O;
Samsung already described why people might want an iPhone... and what kind of a person they are for wanting one. ;O;
Didn't know there was an SMT1 official release for iOS. And it looks to be based on the GBA enhanced port!
Me wants it I can't wait for Cider to come out (if ever)!