1. iMore.com's Avatar

    A group of Columbia University students have demonstrated a proof-of-concept implementation of iOS apps running on an Android device. The compatibility layer, dubbed "Cider" (get it? Apple? Cider?) isn't an emulator or virtual machine as you might expect no, it's a compatibility layer designed to allow natively-coded Objective C apps to run on Android. In this case, they're demoing it on a last-generation Nexus 7.

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    05-14-2014 10:40 AM
  2. acerace113's Avatar
    Android is based on unix so it shouldn't be that hard.

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    05-14-2014 05:32 PM
  3. Speedygi's Avatar
    With such an open system as Android, it would be only a matter of time.
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    05-14-2014 08:31 PM
  4. Tartarus's Avatar
    I wonder how they will install those apps on that device.
    05-14-2014 09:37 PM

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