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Re^2: Is there a FIREFLY android App available?

Siddheshwar Chopra

Dear Jim Kress,
I completely agree with you on this. It would be really painful to keep updating Firefly. But still, out of curiosity, if we DONOT update the OS at all; then Jim can you tell me if a android Firefly would be running well or not? Will it be beneficial or not?
My basic query is that IS the current smartphone hardware good for computing? You must have even heard of the latest Playstation 3 supercomputer too.

Kind Regards,

On Wed Feb 25 '15 3:23am, Jim Kress wrote
>One can only imagine the severity of headaches and loss of health trying to:

>1) Convert Firefly code to the Android OS
>2) Maintain the code when the monthly changes to the Android OS occur
>3) Support the code across multiple Android OS's, handsets, tablets, etc.

>I, for one, would NEVER do this.


>On Sat Dec 6 '14 6:56am, Siddheshwar Chopra wrote
>>Dear Users,
>>Please pardon me for this question. I have been since long thinking about FIREFLY app. The reason being the smartphones prices going cheaper and cheaper. I mean the octa core 2GHz with 2GB RAM is coming very cheap in the market. I need to know how you all feel about this.
>>Alex Sir I need your views too on this. Will a FIREFLY App be successful in smarthphones? Will it be equally efficient? App will definitely boost the popularity and usability of FIREFLY...

>>Kind Regards,

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