MuseScore 4 for iPadOS & EU Digital Markets Act Law
I’ve recently switched to using an iPad Pro for most of my mobile work, but I haven’t quite made the switch from using my Mac since MuseScore 4 is currently only available on Desktop platforms (Windows Surface style PCs probably the exception) and others heavy work not possible on an iPad. However, from what I understand (maybe someone can give some feedback on this), the European Union passed a law to allow users to have the freedom (and by extension because of the technology’s global implementation and not just the European market) to install apps from third parties without a first-party only app store/distribution center.
This would mean that I can install software deployed from a third party store or independent publisher direct to my device, like an iPad/iPhone etc.
I’m not an Apple developer or very familiar with Swift code (or Objective-C, UI Kit, etc.), but I’d imagine it would be possible, or the at least open the door, to port macOS applications and software to iPadOS (specifically devices running the M(x) architecture like current macOS desktops and laptops on iPad Pro.
Can an app like MuseScore 4 and its accompanying Muse Sounds library be ported to iPad Pro and independently distributed for download in the near future?