Cider runs Native iOS apps on Android

 A team from Columbia University developed Cider OS compatibility architecture, which is designed to run full iOS apps on Android. It does so by using a combination of techniques, including adapting the iOS code to run in the Android kernel, and an interpretation layer to give iOS apps access to Android libraries and hardware features.

It’s not the smoothest experience ever, but the fact that it’s working at all is mind-blowing. Cider handles both iPad and iPhone apps, and they are generous enough to let users switch between them and native Android apps using the recent apps button.