Cook Islands Maori Android App now Available
The Cook Islands Maori App is now available worldwide on the Google Play store. It’s currently available for $2.59 and all proceeds go towards continuing the development of the project. The Android apps release was only made possible after we ironed out a few issues with registering for a Google developer account. So now finally the wait is over for our long suffering android users as the Cook Islands Maori App is currently available for both the Apple iOS
and Android platform’s. We’d like to thank all the Android users for their patience and the feedback they provided regarding an Android version and when it would be available. We are now weighing up our options now on whether to squeeze in a Windows Phone version but that’ll depend on how many people have windows phones. Anyway to everyone one who encouraged us and helped us spread the word both apps, a big Meitaki Maata to you all, Enjoy!
Update 2: For people whose devices are not supported (see image below), try this fix in the meantime while we work on a fix to try get the app compatible with all android devices http://www.howtogeek.com/138500/the-ultimate-guide-to-installing-incompatible-android-apps-from-google-play/ I‘m currently trying to sort it out on the developer console but Google‘s being a pain, thinking I might have to build a completely new version of the app to make it more widely compatible. Also, read this to find out why the device is incompatible with your device http://lifehacker.com/google-play-shows-you-why-an-app-is-incompatible-with-y-496328577