I'm thinking of using CocoonJS to export my games to both Android and iPhone.
Once it has been packaged by Coccon; Is there a way to tell (at runtime) whether the app is being run on an Android or an iPhone.
I ask as I need a way to indicate which market place URL I should direct the app to (for rating game).
Thanks for any help you can offer.
I believe you can use some of the expressions from the browser object to help you out with that.
Here's the manual page:
I think the one's that you would be most interested are near the bottom, where you can get the name of the browser and the platform that its running on.
Thanks for the reply rabidsheep, I'll check out the link.
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There are so many market available where you can put your app for good rating. As per the Android concern i like to recommend a Google Play Store is the best place where you get the good rating of your game and iPhone concern i like to recommend an iTunes is the best place where you can get the good rating of your iPhone game.
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james, I think he is asking how to tell whether his app is running on Android or iPhone...
Have you heard of the dropbox method to test your game via your android phone? Theres a cocoonjs app for android devices so using that and dropbox you can test out the games on the phones mobile browsers