How to make a simple iOS app that can run on Android 12 (and possibly other versions)
It’s a common refrain amongst app developers, and one that has a lot of support from Apple in the iOS world.
“I’ve always wanted to create an app for iOS that runs on Android devices, and I’m finally ready to make that dream come true,” said Matt LeBlanc, creator of the upcoming app, which will be released in the coming months.
LeBlac has been working on the app since last November, and now the developer has released a preview version of the app to the public.
“The idea is to build a simple app that will work on any iOS device, even Android,” LeBlan said.
It’s all about building the app that works best on your phone.””
I’ve been playing around with Android since the iPhone days, and the best thing about iOS is it’s so simple.
It’s all about building the app that works best on your phone.”
LeBlanc has been developing his app in the background since November.
The goal is to have the app available by the end of the year.
The app will allow users to make an appointment, track the date and time, and access an entire calendar of their appointments.
It will also allow users a full suite of calendar and messaging apps, including Google Calendar, Apple Mail, Yahoo Mail, Google Calendar Plus, and Microsoft OneNote.
“A lot of times, it’s really important for people to have a way to do things on their phones,” Leblanc said.
The new app will be built with iOS 12 in mind, with LeBlans goal being to add support for the latest iOS versions.
Leblan hopes to make the app more usable for developers and the general public, but for now he is focusing on the user experience.
“My goal with this app is to make it simple to use for people who have an iOS device,” LeBlanc said, adding that he will also continue to add features to the app over time.
“One of the features that we’ve been working towards is getting the app so that it’s accessible to everyone, not just developers.”