Android app for iOS, an effortless new way to combine the best of both worlds

As time progresses so does the diversity of technology it splits into a manifold of different flavors and spices. Sometimes you just want to have the best of both worlds. A programming marketing group called Myriad Alien Dalvik that customizes and fuses both the Android applications to the Apple operating service. This makes it compatible for those who complain of one services shortcomings and loves the others strengths.

Without a confusing switch-up for someone who has had an Android in the past and has switched to the iOS. Myriad’s user settings are virtually the same. Giving it easy access for anyone who is new or is just trying to keeps things simple and convenient.

The features of this software contains many of the thousands of apps that run through the Android system which is run by Google so you can expect to get services like Google Earth, Gmail and Youtube.

To make this combination of different preferences the designers of this made it so that even though you have the OS’s run without any hesitation. Pretty good considering that when you have different systems running together they tend to be disorganized and kind of choppy.

In conclusion, this new piece of software is pretty convenient when you want to create harmony between Google and Apple. The demo is out now here is the link: Myriad Alien Dalvik and the full version will be disclosed on this site once it’s out.

-Arlo Slim

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