The Japanese developer Karen Stai has found a way to make Nintendo games playable via an emulator in Safari. She has succeeded to build such a system in a mobile browser, without jailbreaking the iOS device.
The process doesn't take much time and is quite easy to do. You simply open the website (http://www.gba4iosapp.com/download/) of the developer from your iPhone or iPad, click on the button to install the emulator and then the icon of the app will be installed on your home screen, similar to a web application.
Configuring settingsAfter you've installed the app, open the Settings app, and then tap General. When you've done this, tap on Date & Time, and then tap on the On/Off toggle next to Set Automatically to turn it off. Change the date to February 8th, 2014.
After it is successfully installed, you can enable the Set Automatically toggle again to switch back to the current date and time.
Save game memory in DropboxYou are able to save the memory of the game in Dopbox, so you can continue the game where you left. You get a warning message that something will installed from an unverified source on your iDevice. After installing it, you'll get access to some ROMs - another name for games - saving in a cloud.
Let us know how it goes in the comment section below.
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