GBA4iOS 2.1.1 emulator now available for iOS devices with important fixes

The GBA4iOS emulator app finally receives an update after years on the back burner.

GBA4iOS 2.1.1 update
(GBA4iOS 2.1.1 update)

The latest GBA4iOS update has been rolled out for iOS devices after a long time. The emulator app update comes with a fix on the Dropbox synchronisation issue and a host of performance updates.

GBA4iOS 2.1.1 brings an essential patch for the app's long-standing Dropbox problem. The firmware has not yet officially released but GBA4iOS users have the option to update their apps using a third-party IPA file.

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Dropbox syncing has been a persistent hurdle for those who save their game data. Meantime, there is still support for multiplayer gaming, controller vibration, cheat codes, AirPlay and controller skins, among many others.

With the recent update, the GBA4iOS emulator app is expected to run smoothly and seamlessly. Interested GBA4iOS users who want to download the update ahead of the official release can get the IPA file from this link.

Below are some of GBA4iOS emulator's features:

  • Wireless linking support
  • Brand-new GBA and GBC skins
  • Updated icon logo
  • Full iPhone & iPad support
  • GB & GBC support
  • Software updates
  • In-app browser
  • Dropbox support
  • Cheat codes
  • Save states
  • Controller vibration
  • Sustain button
  • Event distribution
  • AirPlay support
  • Custom controller skins
  • URL schemes support
  • Fast forward
  • External controllers support

Enjoy your freshly updated GBA4iOS emulator app now!

This article was first published on November 17, 2017