Yes, both of those are already implemented for 4.0. (that includes importing them from Anki, at least with image files)
I am glad you are still supporting mac separately; I have an Android phone but a Mac laptop. I would love to be able to use Pleco with better posture.With iOS 14 you can kind of target both at the same time, so that’s what we’re doing (and were planning even without Apple Silicon).
While not fully a substitute for a native desktop application, people have had success with using Pleco on desktops via Android emulators or controllers such as scrcpy:
I get your gripe, but I'm already fed with the current level of privacy invasion and control over the hardware we purchase done in the name of IP protection. The Mac should be an open platform and run whatever is thrown at it if the user so wishes (and is willing to take the risks this entails). Of course I don't support piracy or violating end user agreements (if they are reasonable), but placing a cop in everyone's living room just in case someone might think of committing a crime is not the way forward.So I think it’s almost certain that Apple will block non-Mac-notarized IPAs in a future release of macOS on ARM, and I wouldn’t get too comfortable using any iOS apps like this in the meantime