Microsoft To Release Automatic App Analyzer To Help iOS Developers Port Their Apps To Windows

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Windows Bridge iOS

Microsoft recently launched a new landing page for the iOS bridge. Today, they announced that they will be releasing a series of tools designed to make it as easy as possible to bring iOS app to Windows in the coming weeks. They are going to release an automatic app analyzer tool to which developers will be able to upload their IPA and it will analyze it for compatibility with the bridge, delivering results right in the browser. iOS developers can see exactly how much work they have to do to bring their app to Windows, along with suggestions, tips and workarounds for any libraries they are using that the bridge doesn’t support yet.

They are currently testing the app analyzer and they need IPAs to test their analysis pipeline. They have set up a form to accept submissions here.

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