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I don't think it's possible to create a GUI or engine as separate apps in iOS. iOS prevents one app from invoking another as part of its security setup. An engine author has to write the GUI, and integrate it with the engine before he can apply to Apple for approval for release on the App Store. This may be true of Windows RT as well. Android has GUIs and engines.

Also apart from UCI and CECP (winboardChess Engine Communication Protocol, i.e. winboard/xboard), Chessbase has its own proprietary protocol. Many of the strongest engines use UCI, while beginning programmers quite commonly use CECP.

I don't think it's possible to create a GUI or engine as separate apps in iOS. iOS prevents one app from invoking another as part of its security setup. An engine author has to write the GUI, and integrate it with the engine before he can apply to Apple for approval for release on the App Store. This may be true of Windows RT as well. Android has GUIs and engines.

Also apart from UCI and CECP (winboard/xboard), Chessbase has its own proprietary protocol. Many of the strongest engines use UCI, while beginning programmers quite commonly use CECP.

I don't think it's possible to create a GUI or engine as separate apps in iOS. iOS prevents one app from invoking another as part of its security setup. An engine author has to write the GUI, and integrate it with the engine before he can apply to Apple for approval for release on the App Store. This may be true of Windows RT as well. Android has GUIs and engines.

Also apart from UCI and CECP (Chess Engine Communication Protocol, i.e. winboard/xboard), Chessbase has its own proprietary protocol. Many of the strongest engines use UCI, while beginning programmers quite commonly use CECP.

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I don't think it's possible to create a GUI or engine as separate apps in iOS. iOS prevents one app from invoking another as part of its security setup. An engine author has to write the GUI, and integrate it with the engine before he can apply to Apple for approval for release on the App Store. This may be true of Windows RT as well. Android has GUIs and engines.

Also apart from UCI and CECP (winboard/xboard), Chessbase has its own proprietary protocol. Many of the strongest engines use UCI, while beginning programmers quite commonly use CECP.

I don't think it's possible to create a GUI or engine as separate apps in iOS. iOS prevents one app from invoking another as part of its security setup. An engine author has to write the GUI, and integrate it with the engine before he can apply to Apple for approval for release on the App Store. This may be true of Windows RT as well. Android has GUIs and engines.

I don't think it's possible to create a GUI or engine as separate apps in iOS. iOS prevents one app from invoking another as part of its security setup. An engine author has to write the GUI, and integrate it with the engine before he can apply to Apple for approval for release on the App Store. This may be true of Windows RT as well. Android has GUIs and engines.

Also apart from UCI and CECP (winboard/xboard), Chessbase has its own proprietary protocol. Many of the strongest engines use UCI, while beginning programmers quite commonly use CECP.

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I don't think it's possible to create a GUI or engine as separate apps in iOS. iOS prevents one app from invoking another as part of its security setup. An engine author has to write the GUI, and integrate it with the engine before he can apply to Apple for approval for release on the App Store. This may be true of Windows RT as well. Android has GUIs and engines.