‘Cider’ brings Apple Apps to Android Devices

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Revolutionary program enables Apple Apps to run on Android Devices

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#2

Sound great, perhaps apple and google could work something out. Would be nice if you could run apple on android, and android on apple.

Bring the two together.


#3

Lol. No more of this … But app xx is not available on yy os …


#4

[QUOTE=Dennis_Olof;2727859]Sound great, perhaps apple and google could work something out. Would be nice if you could run apple on android, and android on apple.

Bring the two together.[/QUOTE]

Sadly nowadays big corporations seem more intent on suing each other rather than exploring mutually beneficial collaborations. :rolleyes:

Google is pretty good that way but I can’t see Apple letting any of their competitors use any of their intellectual property.

Given the method that has been used though (through reverse engineering) it’s possible that this doesn’t require Apple consent.

If that’s the case though then it would be down to Google to decide as to whether they’d support it through their Play Store.

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#5

[QUOTE=Wombler;2727867]Given the method that has been used though (through reverse engineering) it’s possible that this doesn’t require Apple consent.[/QUOTE] It looks to me that it does since they’re using some iOS binaries to run the Cider system.

Chances are Apple would sue the %#!& off them if they tried to release something like that.


#6

[QUOTE=DrageMester;2727880]It looks to me that it does since they’re using some iOS binaries to run the Cider system.

Chances are Apple would sue the %#!& off them if they tried to release something like that.[/QUOTE]

Ah you’re right. :iagree:

They copied certain binaries off an Apple device so I suppose it could be perhaps legitimately aimed at owners of both types of devices, providing of course they don’t include these files themselves.

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