Well I think he definitely wants to try, as he asked me questions when I released the 1.1 version, but he also told me it was complicated to get into the code (it is indeed). As he's working on other projects at the same time, and I also corrected several things and released the 1.2 version in the meantime, I'm not sure if he's still working at it right now... I wouldn't hold my breath.
If I understand this correctly this would add Novalight's functionality into a Android/iOS Phone utility that plays .tap files currently so not relying on a Laptop or WAV player?
That's the idea. But it might be a long way, since ISS told me the App was working at 48kHz, and Novalight works at 44kHz, which means some painful tests on multiple machine would be required to measure adapted thresholds... And probably adapt the code which is extremely dependant on timings. Maybe Novalight would have to be a bit slower (nothing important for speed, but possibly loads of work) That being said, I know nothing about Android and maybe swithcing at 44kHz would be easy - I actually shouldn't speak and let ISS reply about his spare time, motivation and technical difficulties