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Columbia University students create software allowing native iOS apps to run on Android devices

Columbia University students create software allowing native iOS apps to run on Android devices | edu | Scoop.it

For some time now, iOS users have cited the quality and quantity of third-party software available for the platform as an important factor in their choice of mobile devices. Over the years Android has amassed its own collection of apps and users have continued butting heads over which system had the better selection.

Six Columbia University students have bridged the gap between the two platforms with something called Cider.


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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, May 15, 2014 12:05 PM

It’s useless unless you steal the applications from iOS which is kind of illegal. These guys will probably tell you that it’s just a project for them and they don’t advocate the stealing part, but in reality, these guys have just enabled theft on a large scale!

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Columbia University students create software allowing native iOS apps to run on Android devices

Columbia University students create software allowing native iOS apps to run on Android devices | edu | Scoop.it

For some time now, iOS users have cited the quality and quantity of third-party software available for the platform as an important factor in their choice of mobile devices. Over the years Android has amassed its own collection of apps and users have continued butting heads over which system had the better selection.

Six Columbia University students have bridged the gap between the two platforms with something called Cider.


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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, May 15, 2014 12:05 PM

It’s useless unless you steal the applications from iOS which is kind of illegal. These guys will probably tell you that it’s just a project for them and they don’t advocate the stealing part, but in reality, these guys have just enabled theft on a large scale!

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IJENKO lancia la sua nuova piattaforma Internet of Everything "IoE2" alla EUW14 - Adnkronos

IJENKO lancia la sua nuova piattaforma Internet of Everything "IoE2" alla EUW14 - Adnkronos | edu | Scoop.it
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Habits You SHOULD Apply For The New Year

Habits You SHOULD Apply For The New Year | edu | Scoop.it
. . Introduction A New Year is approaching and WE SHOULD think about WHAT WE learned during this year to make the next coming year even BETTER! When revising my curation about Cyber-Security YOU MU...
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Gust MEES's curator insight, December 10, 2013 5:37 PM

 

Get BETTER next Year and more secure while following these easy to use steps ;)