Most apps are made for iPhone but i would like to know if there is still a way to make iPhone apps work on Android? Emulator maybe?
First of all I disagree with your premise. I would not say that most apps are made for iPhone. I think there is a pretty even split with most apps targeting both platforms. That being said it would be impossible to run an iPhone emulator on Android since the devices are so similar in processing power. In order to create an emulator you need to run it on a machine with much greater processing power in order to interpret the instructions, translate them into native instructions and execute them in a timely fashion.
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Some Columbia University students have managed to get iOS apps running on Android with their Cider compatibility layer. As far as I can tell this is not something that is available to the public but it shows that there is some development effort into getting iOS apps running on Android.
I wouldn't get too excited yet though as most iOS apps run very very slowly and they also don't have access to most hardware features such as GPS.