Right now, the answer is no. Over 18 months of work went into developing the iOS version and continual improvements are being worked on. There’s just not the time to begin looking at the Android platform.
If PolyNome becomes wildly successful and we can afford to develop for Android then maybe it will happen – but don’t get your hopes up.

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  1. It's unfortunate that a whole slew of drummers have to be left out because you don't want to code for Android. Why not find someone who does know and make it available for ALL drummers and not just those who have an iPhone?

    • Hi Bill, I understand your frustration and, prior to me actually learning to code last August, I'd probably have felt the same way as you about an App that was on Android that I'd like to see on iOS. The reality is that I've spend every waking moment since last August writing the code. My todo list for improvements and new features is still hundreds of items long and it still takes up all of my available time. It's a relatively niche market and the sales of PolyNome are a long way off paying me for the hours I've put in. If I'd hired someone to write this for me it would have cost tens of thousands of pounds. At the moment, there's no reason to think that paying someone to write an Android app would make any financial sense - it would probably bankrupt me. As much as I'd like it to be available on all platforms it's just not feasible at the moment. I hope you understand the situation. All the best, Joe