What is Cross-Platform?

Cross-platform is a term referring to software or technology that is designed to run on multiple operating systems or platforms.

This means that the software or technology can be used on different types of devices or systems, such as Windows, Mac, and Linux computers, or iOS and Android mobile devices.

A common example of cross-platform software is a web browser, such as Google Chrome. Chrome is available on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android devices.

Many web based SaaS products, including MIDAS, may also be considered to be cross-platform, as they are accessed entirely through any device's web browser.

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