Apple Anti-Trust (was Apples actual response to the Flash issue)

Peter Alcibiades palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk
Tue May 4 04:55:59 CDT 2010


>If an iPhone Developer wants to port his App to a Android
> device, he'll be up against the exact same hurdles as an Android developer
> deciding to port to the iPhone.

My only real interest in this question is the implications for Rev and its
future direction and in particular the implications for a Linux/Android
version.

But this is obviously false.  There is no Android App Store which is the
only vehicle for marketing your stuff.  There is no non-disclosure
agreement.  There is no developer agreement.  You can use any language you
want.  Multiple vendors can make Android hardware.  Multiple carriers can
supply them. 

Of course they are not up against the 'exact same hurdles'.  The big hurdle
in this case is an Apple policy hurdle.

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