Thanks to the hard work of our partners on Google’s dedicated Android team, as of the most recent smartphones and OS updates, this is no longer the case.
Spire Studio for Android is able to layer a multitrack song with imperceptible, near-zero latency, so you can be creative no matter what. When wirelessly connected, the audio processes on the Spire Studio, and syncs in near-real time with the phone for storage and backup purposes. This means we can’t yet record into a Spire project when not connected to the hardware, however...
...a solid commitment to our Android users is as important to us as it is Google, and we’re fortunate to have fantastic partners in Don Turner and the rest of Google’s Android Audio team.
With their help, we were able to use the new Oboe C++ library in our latest app update, Android 1.8.1. As mentioned above, this update is the first for Spire to include audio processing on the phone, when not connected to the hardware. Not only can Android users now open and share song ideas on-the-go, but it will allow us to expand upon that experience, beyond just sharing things already recorded.
(original Link : https://www.izotope.com/en/learn/the-future-of-audio-production-on-andro... )