squall wrote:If people are interested, I can share the source code (as a zip for now, later could put on github or something like that so others can easily help out) and the unsigned apk if you want to have a play with it (I won't have much time to work on it any time soon though).
This must always be free for everyone and releases charging for open source software like SToid make me really unhappy (I was actually considering releasing this when SToid came out, but some things came up).
simonsunnyboy wrote:Charging is ok, the GPL does not prevent that BUT it requires that proper credits and copyrights are mentioned. At least the Google Ad page in the Play Store does not mention the Hatari base. And IMHO this is the disgraceful part of it. (And for me a reason, not to buy it)
squall wrote:When I get some time, I'll like to finish off the ui, any bugs and features that you guys want (like save states) and then I'll have a look at purchasing a google publisher account so I can put it on the play store.
dma wrote:Is anyone using Hatari on a tablet device (any OS base)?
I see on Eero's page, that builds are done for Nokia 770, N800 & N810. Do those builds contain the latest changes?
lp wrote:squall wrote:When I get some time, I'll like to finish off the ui, any bugs and features that you guys want (like save states) and then I'll have a look at purchasing a google publisher account so I can put it on the play store.
If you put it up on the play store that would probably end the other guys sales right quick I would think.
This would be nice for my iDevice but it ain't gonna happen via Apple as they seem dead set against any sort of app that is an emulator. I won't jail-breaking my iDevice for a single app. If one was to get an android device, just for the express purpose of a portable ST, what do people recommend?
What did you think was wrong with the UI?kevcal; wrote:Just installed Hataroid on my S3 - great work squall! (STe support on Android at last!)
Have bought Stoid and found it lacking, although the user interface is more polished and it grates to pay for a freeware emulator port when the developer obviously doesn't care about keeping it updated.
Hataroid on the other hand looks like it'll be firther developed - pitty the basic Hatari UI is so bad, improvements in that area will make this so much better..
Only things (apart from UI improvements) - and these may already be in there but I haven't found yet -would be a portrait mode, external joystick support (bluetooth mouse & keyboard?),border removal support, maybe some onscreen filtering.
Whatever happens it's a great start
squall wrote:MeowZedong - try the latest version. Looks like Android 4.4 onwards now requires permissions to read from external storage (i'm still running 2.3.3).
squall wrote:Ok, I've purchased a google publisher account and put up an initial version on the play store so it's easier for people to try out.
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