Android for iPhone 3G is finally made available from the same developer who released an iPhone 2G version. The Android porting on iPhone works similar to a normal Android Phone, but its recommended not to be fit for daily usage. The phone can last only for an hour, if you are using Android. So, its worth only to show off your neighbor that your iPhone has Android running on it.
The firmware which performs porting Android on iPhone, needs a jailbroken iPhone to perform the task and once installed you get a dual booting screen at the beginning. So if you feel geeky, you can go ahead with the installation found on PCWorld rel=“nofollow>, to enhance your iPhone capable of running Android. We also expect porting Android on iPod Touch soon rel=“nofollow>, as said by the developer.