Android Builds Extend Corona SDK Beyond iPhone

Android Builds Extend Corona SDK Beyond iPhone

Ansca Mobile has announced that Corona SDK 1.2, scheduled for released in May, will allow developers to create Android apps in addition to iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps. “It’s my distinct pleasure to confirm that, yes, indeed, actually we are actively working on an Android version of Corona (code-named Overdrive),” blogged Ansca’s Eric Herrmann. “We’ve been working on it for quite some time, and it’s looking really good.”

In addition to Android support, the new application development tool will also feature a physics engine, image tiling, polylines, improved image manipulation capabilities, MapKit support, multi-touch support, and several framework enhancements.

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