Why Creo does not support iPhone 4/4s and 5?We made the decision to support iPhone 5S and higher with Creo because Apple officially dropped support for 32 bit apps with iOS 11. Unfortunately iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5C and iPad 4th Generation use a 32bit only processor and cannot run iOS 11.
Most commercial apps need to support both iOS and Android. How do you plan to support Android?I agree that supporting both iOS and Android is a critical feature and we want to solve the differences in the right way. There are a lot of concepts that are nearly identical on both platforms and we can easily offer them via an unified interface. Others concepts or controls are completely different and we want to offer unified logic while preserving the UI differences.
For example a button on iOS is 37 pixel tall while a button on Android is 36 pixel. Others controls have much more visual differences but a Button on both iOS and Android works on the same way: when pressed an Action function is executed. Creo will give you a very intuitive way to use native controls on both platforms while preserving the visual differences (and setting different preferences for each platform). At the same time it will give you a way to share the same Action implementation when the button in pressed.
Can I have more details about Creo license?We are setting up a License Management System that gives you the freedom to customize your license. In the meantime just contact us so that our team can assist with on a case-by-case basis.
How can I increase text readability on non-retina displays?We recommend to apply these settings in order to increase text readability on non-retina displays.
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