Hopscotch needs to be on the Google Play Store too!


#1

Hey guys, have you ever wondered why you can ONLY get hopscotch on an Iphone, Ipod, or an IPad? Well i have a proposal for the hopscotch team. @Liza
@Rodrigo @system @alish @staff
You guys should put hopscotch on the google play store! You guys would get a lot more hopscotchers and alot more people willing to subscribe! You guys would make more money! And plus, not everyone has a iphone or ipad. I mean, me, i have an LG, which has the google play store, not the apple store. So please consider my idea.


#2

Anything with I it's on.


#3

I agree
Hopscotch on my phone would be great!


#4

I agre I have an apple phone but I think it would let the community grow.


#5

Here is a poll to help the hopscoch team

  • Yes (for google play store)
  • No (don't put it on the play store)
  • Din not mean to vote

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Votes are public.


#6

Please SBYP :slight_smile:

BTW, @alish left the Hopscotch team some time ago, so tagging him is useless XD


#7

We of course want to, we've said it multiple times. It's just that we're such a small team that it's out of our scope right now. Maybe in the near future.


#8

BTW
Who came up with the idea of hopscotch?
And mabye ATLEAST add it on android some time this year
So I can code on my bus


#9

Doesnt android have the google play store? I think it does. My old phone was an android. Also, last year for haloween, there was someone dressed as the android figure and i gave them a hug. Lol


#10

Android devises use google play
While Apple users have the App Store
Both are very unique in many ways but in my opinion I like google play more because it has a big selection of games and other apps


#11

#12

The Google Play store has lots of malicious and shady apps with malware.. just saying :stuck_out_tongue:


#13

@TACOCODE

This topic has been made before :stuck_out_tongue:


#14

Actually, THT can port their app easily, look at this
http://www.apportable.com/


#15

That looks pretty cool. It probably works, but in my opinion it’s best to write code yourself, so you know everything that’s going on. I’m not 100% sure how it works, but I reckon it’ll better to write native Java code to optimise your code and make use of the Android libraries and stuff.