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Is this legit site for Loopy HD for Android? https://baixarapk.gratis/ (see msg)

Hi -- Is this a legitimate web site to get an Android version of Loopy HD? (I think not, and would love Loopy for Android, but wanted to check).

https://baixarapk.gratis/en/app/467923185/loopy-hd-looper

If not, are there any plans for Loopy HD for Android or any recommendations for similar functionality for Android?

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  • Decidedly not legit, no πŸ˜„

    I have no imminent plans to support android, but am not ruling it out; once android better supports audio, I may consider it.

  • @Michael said:
    Decidedly not legit, no πŸ˜„

    I have no imminent plans to support android, but am not ruling it out; once android better supports audio, I may consider it.

    Michael -- thanks. Figured it wasn't legit, but nice to have confirmation.

    I am curious what additional audio features you are hoping that Android has. The current versions have quite a bit going for it (full midi capability, for example) -- in fact from purely a speaker point of view -- the built in speakers on my Samsung Galaxy s10 sound much better than my daughter's iPhone 10. :-)

    I've been poking around Android options and see nothing comparable to Loopy HD -- so pretty sure you could corner the market if you released on Android (hint, hint ....)

  • @DaleMcMillen said:
    I am curious what additional audio features you are hoping that Android has. The current versions have quite a bit going for it (full midi capability, for example) -- in fact from purely a speaker point of view -- the built in speakers on my Samsung Galaxy s10 sound much better than my daughter's iPhone 10. :-)

    Great! Mostly, widespread low latency support; a few devices are pretty good now, but that's just a few.

    In the end it's going to come down to a numbers game – whether it's worth the (frankly, rather colossal whichever way you slice it) effort to port an app over for the financial return it's likely to offer. Given that – no offence πŸ˜† – Android users seem to be a lot more price-sensitive and reluctant to purchase apps than iOS users, it can be a tricky proposition. All the iOS devs I know who have tried an Android port have regretted it, so far, but that doesn't mean I'm not on the lookout for the situation changing.

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