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We released MATLAB Mobile for Android last week. For more information:

http://blogs.mathworks.com/community/2012/10/18/matlab-mobile-for-android/

]]>I’m running it on my Asus Transformer, works great. Came here to see if Matlab was available, but I guess not, I’ll stick with Octave.

]]>I just bought an Android tablet and its a little disappointing to see that Matlab Mobile exists, but that I won’t be able to use it.

]]>Although we don’t have guidelines, you might be able use MATLAB Coder to generate C code for your MATLAB projects. You would then have to integrate the generated C files with an iPhone/iPad project, most likely using Xcode.

On a side note, I’m interested in knowing more about your needs. What kind of application do you envision?

]]>– so does the C code generator generate C code for the toolbox [not just our/user code] so it can be compiled using separate compiler for ARM ?

thx, RS

]]>So, can you answer part 3 of the question above. Thx. RS

]]>Can you give some more details about this product [i am not able to try it] i.e. what part of Matlab is available and in what form.

1. Specifically, we have a bunch of code using various Matlab functions and add-on modules/libraries and are these toolbox libs available on iOS without compiling to C/C++?

2. If so,

a. what is the performance – i.e is Matlab optimized for iphone?

b. what is the licensing policy for apps using Matlab toolbox?

3. If not, then, if we build a shared library using Matlab compiler and link it to the iOS app, would that work, without the Matlab runtime?

Also, how does the licensing work in this case?

Thanks,

RS