A giant leap for the Android ecosystem
June 15, 2012 // By Amit Rohatgi
On May 1, Google released an update to its Native Development Kit (NDK) that allows for the creation of native apps that run on MIPS-Based devices.
This is a big deal! Google took notice of the millions of MIPS-Based Android devices and took action to include support for the MIPS ABI. While developers in the past have been able to obtain a MIPS NDK from the MIPS developer site, they can now get it from the main Android developer site - where the vast majority of developers obtain the NDK. With this move, we expect many new developers will begin pushing out MIPS compatible apps in very short time.
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