I'm curious to know what the devs in here think of this superb new innovation from Microsoft, whereby they have developed tools to allow iOS and Android code to be ported to Windows Mobile with almost no effort at all. "IslandWood" = the iOS side. "Astoria" = the Android side. http://arstechnica.com/information-...rosoft-brings-android-ios-apps-to-windows-10/ For me, this is a REALLY exciting proposition, and I can't help but feel that this can be nothing but a right step on the behalf of Microsoft, who's platform seems to have barely attracted any apps from authors who also have iOS and Android versions. Having said that, "Threes!" by Servio, and "Monument Valley" have both been ported recently - I wonder if the authors were given inside access to the new tools to achieve this? Any comments? Thanks.