Sunday, May 25, 2014

Popular Game Boy Emulator GBA4iOS returns back to iPhone

GBA4iOS returns to the iPhone and iPad after a takedown by Nintendo of America, the request forced developers Riley Testut and Paul Thorsen to pull the popular iOS Game Boy emulator.

Popular Game Boy Emulator GBA4iOS returns back to the iPhone and iPad, after a takedown by Nintendo of America.
Riley Testut, the developer behind GBA4iOS updated and posted a new version on the official GBA4iOS website, which is now live. The latest version has been modified to comply with Nintendo's DMCA complaint, changing the app's built-in browser to point to Google instead of the CoolROM website, which allows users to download ROMs. Riley Testut and Paul Thorsen have also made a couple of new tweaks and other fixes.

Now the copyright fight is over, Testut and Thorsen can spend their time working on a new version of the emulator. The current version of GBA4iOS was released in February and brought many new features including an iPad version, Dropbox support and cheat codes. GBA4iOS can easily be installed. Visit http://www.gba4iosapp.com/download/ via your mobile browser on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and click on the download button. That's it!

See also: Play Nintendo DS games on your iPhone or iPad without jailbreak.

 

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