Is it 64 bit?

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pquenin
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@Blip : I know you don't love Android, but can you consider making NS1 available on Android when NS2 will be launched on iOS ?

Blip Interactive
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Yep, officially weird. Someone should lock you up. Wanting to delve into some else's code, never heard such nonsense.

Blip Interactive
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I'd be much more looking to bring NS2 to Android. I think the release order will end up being something like:

- Release for iPad
- Convert to universal app and release for iPhone
- Let the dust settle on new features, bugs etc.
- Convert to Android once the number of changes have settled down

But realistically that last one's going to be at least a year away. I'll have to play it this way - I assume iOS is still the main market and it'll be much more time efficient to port an app once it is no longer undergoing constant change.

I would love to see it on Android because I've spent about 7 years maintaining a cross platform codebase which is often like swimming against the tide and it would nice to see that pay off on something.

NS1 will live on for a year on older devices, on Windows for a decade, and on a virtual box within Windows for a century!

pquenin
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Thanks for the reply... I'm patient so it's OK

Slam-Cut
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Why only a year on older devices? Has Apple sabotaged the older iOS to self-destruct?

Blip Interactive
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You'll have to allow me some poetic licence, there's no fixed time limit. Most of the older devices I've had soldier on for around a year after not getting any updates before it feels like fighting the tide to do simple things like browsing a website reliably.

The grey area for me is if Apple will remove it from the store completely, or still allow purchases/re-downloading on pre-iOS 11 devices. I hope it's the latter - mainly so users can reinstall if they need to restore or wipe their pre-iOS 11 devices for some reason.

Slam-Cut
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Granted! ("DING!")
You have poetic licence!
;o)

I'm glad it's just that and not a slip about an uber secret Apple iOS self-destruct plan.

syrupcore
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> The grey area for me is if Apple will remove it from the store completely, or still allow purchases/re-downloading on pre-iOS 11 devices. I hope it's the latter - mainly so users can reinstall if they need to restore or wipe their pre-iOS 11 devices for some reason.

Same grey area for me. I've been using iCloud for backup/restore on all of my devices for a few years without a hitch. But I'm definitely going to back up my iPad 3 to a local machine so that I can restore it manually. Presuming iTunes will continue to let me do that, I guess.

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.. ftp connect .. ( ftpmate app <-> nanostudio app )