Video: iOS apps running on Nexus 7

iOS apps running on Android

Sounds crazy? Cause it is – but it is possible to run iOS apps on Android. Dubbed “Cider”, this amazing project is a work of few Columbia University students who created a “compatibility layer” that allows natively-coded Objective C apps to run on Android. In this case, they’re demoing it on the latest generation of…

Microsoft Office for iPad passes 27 million downloads

Microsoft Office for iPad passes 27 million downloads

No surprises here – iPad users are downloading Microsoft Office like it’s nobody’s business. During the recent TechEd conference, Microsoft’s General Manager of Office Division, Julia White announced that Office for iPad has surpassed 27 million downloads in mere 46 days since its launch. The new milestone follows an earlier report that Office for iPad…

PayPal now Accepted on the Google Play Store

paypal

Google has finally added PayPal support to the Google Play Store, allowing users to make purchases easily with their PayPal balances. That includes Play Store offerings such as apps, songs, movies, TV shows and even in-app purchases can be made with PayPal. The feature is available in twelve countries, three of them being the U.S.,…

Proper file manager coming to Windows Phone

Proper file manager coming to Windows Phone

Windows Phone will get a proper file manager soon, according to Microsoft’s VP of Windows and User Experience Joe Belfiore, who confirmed the news during the recent Reddit AMA “Ask Me Anything” session. In fact, he kept the news for Reddit, saying that he “avoided tweeting on this very topic just for all you redditors.…

Facebook unveils App Links to allow app-to-app linking

Facebook unveils App Links to allow app-to-app linking

During Facebook’s F8 developer conference, the company unveiled a new service called App Links that makes it easier to share data between mobile apps and the web. Designed as an open source service, App Links will allow developers to expose and integrate deep links into their app and into other apps with just a few…

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