It's alive! A first look at Delphi for Android

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We've been in beta for a while now with Delphi for Android and the progress has been awesome. In particular, I've been taking iOS apps written with Delphi/FM and simply retargeting them to Android. It's really amazing. Since this Android support has been under wraps, I am very excited to share with you some first public peeks.

Here's an example of one such application, FirePhoto. First built with Delphi for iOS and by retargeting it in the IDE, it's now running on an iPhone 5 and on my S4 and my Nexus 7 tablet.

Here are few more pics for your enjoyment:

Installing the APK package (and informing the user of requested permissions):


FirePhoto on iOS taking a picture of FirePhoto on Android and vice-versa.

Two different mobile OSs, same app functionality with the exact same source code!

In case you weren't aware, we have a special offer going right now:  6 Months Support & Maintenance free on select new user products! Not only will you get the next 6 months of updates and major upgrades free, but you'll also get priority access into our Android beta program!
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