GBA4iOS is a popular emulator that allows iPhone and iPad owners to play Game Boy Advance games from their iOS devices as well as download their favorite GBA game ROMs.
GBA4iOS is back again following a Nintendo Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown request that forced developers Riley Testut and Paul Thorsen to pull the popular iOS Game Boy emulator.
GBA4iOS, a popular Game Boy emulator for iOS has been shut down after Nintendo filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown request.
GBA4iOS allowed gamers to play Game Boy Advanced, Game Boy Color, and original Gameboy ROMs directly on their iPads and iPhones.
A new version of GBA4iOS, the popular Game Boy Advance emulator, will be releasing tomorrow with a bunch of features, a new iOS 7 design, and performance fixes. Most importantly, it’ll work even on non-jailbroken devices.
Apple cracks down on service that abused Enterprise Distribution program to let users install GBA emulator
A few days back, we told you about a method that would let you install GBA4iOS, a GBA emulator, on your iPhone without jailbreaking. The method used Apple’s enterprise distribution program, and relied on an enterprise certificate issued to a company called MacBuildServer.
GBA4iOS allows you to play Game Boy Advanced and Game Boy Color games on your iPhone without jailbreaking
We’re all fans of playing retro games on emulators for popular gaming platforms, but Apple unfortunately doesn’t allow such apps into the App Store, because of which jailbreaking usually remains the only other option. Today, we’ll tell you how to install a GBA emulator on your iPhone or iPod touch without jailbreaking.