Advanced Gameboy Emulator GBA4iOS 2.0 To Be Released Soon

A couple of days ago we reported to you a new way to play awesome Nintendo games on your iPhone/iPad and iPod Touch without jailbreak. Almost everyone was so happy with these simply old games, although we all enjoyed, but that benefit is largely overshadowed by the sluggish performance of most games.
Thankfully, today we've got some great news for people who love playing Atari games or etc using emulator on their iOS devices.. In less than two days, gamers will have another great no-jailbreak alternative in GBA4iOS 2.0. Take a look…

GBA4iOS 2.0 is a complete makeover of what was one of the most popular Gameboy Advance emulators for iOS 6 last year, and the new version looks impressive. In addition to a redesigned user interface, GBA4iOS 2.0 packs a new built-in web browser for downloading games directly within the emulator. If you have a Dropbox account, you can store game saves and load ROMs using the cloud storage service.
Another key benefit is backwards compatibility with Gameboy Pocket and Gameboy Color games, allowing you to play classic titles like Pokémon Blue or The Legend of Zelda in the same emulator. It’s mind blowing that many games like those were released nearly 20 years ago. It’s time to put down Flappy Bird and get nostalgic for a moment.
Now this part is for game cheaters :)... Yes they will be very happy to know the following news...GBA4iOS 2.0 has full support for cheats, including five different cheat code formats and automatic handling of per-game Master Codes. Cheating usually carries negative connotations, but we’ll cut you some slack if you want to experience games from the mid-1990s on a whole new level.
Thousands of games support GBA4iOS 2.0, it is only fitting that the upcoming version of the emulator will offer support for unlimited third-party controller skins.

GBA4iOS 2.0 is set for release on February 19th on its official website, where a countdown is currently setup. The emulator does not require jailbreaking your device, and a Cydia release is not currently planned. A huge shoutout goes to iOS developer Riley Testut and his partner Alyssa Surowiec for their work on this emulator.

NOTE: According to the developers, the emulator will work on non-jailbroken devices... So everyone can enjoy.

So who is excited guys ?


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