One of the more intriguing projects to be found in the world of cryptocurrency and altcoins these days, is the KorePhone. By creating its very own mobile operating system, called Æther Kripton OS, the team is setting the bar very high for themselves. And in order to keep the average cryptocurrency enthusiast interested in the project, they have now released an emulator showing off the mobile OS in all of its glory.
Do keep in mind this emulator is only available for Windows users as of this writing, and we have not yet received word on whether or not it works on Wine. If one of our readers could test this out and let us know, we would be very grateful!
By presenting the digital currency community with this emulator, packaged neatly into a Windows installer to avoid confusion and hassle, the KorePhone dream is getting one step closer to becoming a reality. Even though the Æther Kripton OS is still in very early alpha stages, things are definitely looking impressive so far.
After you have installed the Æther Kripton OS emulator, you will find a standalone emulator icon on your Windows Start menu. Once you run the emulator itself, there will be “Hello World” examples written in both C# and VB.NET, including some additional code demonstrating how developers can receive events from the OS.
In order to make Æther Kripton OS a success, the team is still calling out to all mobile app developers out there who want to help out in creating new applications for the OS. By giving then access to this emulator, they can get acquainted with the events and methods used by Æther Kripton OS.
In other KorePhone news, the Æther Kripton OS API’s have been updated once again. On top of that, the SDK for developers, Documentation for the API’s, required libraries and emulator info has all been packed into one file, which can be downloaded here.
More information is expected to be announced over the coming few days.