I hope so too for those on Android. The problem is how fragmented the OS is. iPadOS and iOS came first because its pretty consistent with the OS, most are on the most current ones and there's no variation. Windows came next, because there's fragmentation, because there's a lot of machines running older OS and they're all over the place when it comes to processors and RAM. But, it came to specifiic machines with specific components. Android is like the wild west, they're all over the place and depending on who is using the OS for their device, the UI is all over the place too. Its hard to get consistency. It makes it hard to develop for. They want to make sure the app, when it comes out, actually works. I can imagine though, the first Android machines that would probably see it, whenever it does come out is the Galaxy Tab 8.