Ios 7 on Android# Ios 7 on Android #
Booting Android on your iPhone (iOS 7
We' re happy to announce the end of the Apple Android Wars today. Now you can run both iOS and Android on your mobile whenever you want. Check out the above movie to see how to get Android installed on your iPhone, or simply navigate to AppleHacks.com from your iPhone's web interface to get to it.
Having seen testimonials from a Columbia University staff running both iOS and Android applications on the same machine, we started developing a secure and simple application that anyone can use (not just researchers). Based on the fact that both Android and iPhone processors use the same ARM command sets, we have succeeded in developing a natively dual-boot application that allows you to run the complete Android operating system on an iPhone as if it were just an application.
Apple, to our consternation, wouldn't allow us to release it on the App Store, so we had to find an easier way to install it directly from a web browsers. For Android to run on your iPhone, you must fulfill the following prerequisites. Once the above conditions are fulfilled, just complete these short instructions to get Android up and running on your iPhone:
Go to AppleHacks.com on your iPhone. Touch the huge "Dual-Boot Android" icon at the bottom of the page. Allow the system to be installed. Utilize your new Android Lollipop system! All of the Google Play Store applications don't work on an iPhone, but a good minority of them do.
Be sure to include in the comment below which applications work and which don't. Please read our other instructions if you want to deploy iOS on Android.
iOS 7: Copycats of Android?
Several group deliberation Apple's future iPhone and iPad function group iOS 7 is strange. And I think it's a derived imitator not only of Android, but of almost every other big portable OS out there. It looks to me like they took Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 (WP8) - don't ask me why Apple used it as an inspirational tool - to create a large font screen.
Well, at least Apple didn't take in the tiresome WP8 tile. Copy is not the most sincere way of adulation in either case. On closer inspection, I can see Apple using a photocopier on Android for the iOS-Lock display with its large timepiece, date, and a slide-to-lock area below a la Android.
iOS 7's locking screens now also offer better notification management. Andreid. But there are other Android copy and past usage samples in the iOS 7 UI: the calendar's colour chart, Chrome-style Safaris web page fields, and the obvious similarity between iTunes Radio and Google Music. Whereas Google implements a map metaphor to pass information from Android to Google+, this concept of consumer experimentation goes to the deceased, deplored WebOS.
I' m also entertained to see that Apple has finally added gesture to delete or file emails in its built-in email clients. Obviously, Google only tripped by changing the standard setting for searching messages in the Gmail Android clients to archive, but that's simple to fix.
If we look behind the interface, we see that when it comes to basic technology such as automatic applications updating and multi-tasking, there' s a lot of catching up to do for them. That' beautiful, but it's like last year's Android and Windows Phone. Don't make a mistake, iOS is now official in catch-up state, both technical and on the market. but Android cell phone handsets are selling them four to one.
Hopefully Apple would have spend more effort to fix the problems hidden in iOS instead of radical and pointlessly revising its frontend. It was really hoped that we would see something new, not just new for Apple.