Hi, I know that is a pretty simple question. Here is the situation.
I am tossing up between a samsung tablet and an iPad. So far the iPad is in front. However, I also want to develop my own apps. For iPad, I'd need a mac which I don't have and don't want. Therefore, I need to know, if I develop android apps, would I be able to use them on the iPad? I'm sure there must be a hubber who knows this.
Unlike with desktop operating systems, I'm unaware of any software that currently allows cross-platform use of applications on a mobile OS.
Natively, no, you cannot run Android apps on an iPad. There are Android emulators that let you run Android apps on a PC, but I know of no such emulators for the iPad.
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