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iPhone to Android: Considerations for Developing Mobile Apps

Source: PointAbout
This whitepaper delves into the common problem of shifting from one mobile platform to another, in particular, Apple’s iOS to Google’s Android or vice versa. Each platform’s background and features are discussed, along with development considerations, monetization, and deployment. Other aspects included are the differences in hardware and programming languages, multi-platform options, and testing applications.


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