You’ve probably heard of the Apple Developer Program, a program that gives developers a way to sign up for the Apple ID app store and test their apps on an iPhone.
The program also gives you a way of testing your apps on Apple TV, Apple Watch, and Apple TV Simulator.
But with the introduction of Apple’s Developer Tools, which allow developers to use iOS apps to test their software on their iPhone, Mac, or PC, you can now test your software on a wider range of devices without the hassle of a developer ID.
In a few weeks, we’ll see new developer tools for Android and the upcoming Apple Watch come to Android, but in the meantime, the developer tools that we’ve seen so far let you run Android apps on your iPhone, and the latest ones will let you write iOS apps on any Apple device.
But how does the developer tool stack up against the developer ID on your Android device?
In this article, we’re going to take a look at a few different options for running Android apps in the developer suite on your iOS device.