Do android/ios apps have access to wasm JIT?

Problem: We want to generate wasm32 at runtime and then execute it at near native speed.


  1. On x86_64, we have access to wasm JIT via wasmtime/wasmer.

  2. In browser/wasm32, atleast in Chrome, we have access to wasm JIT by using the browser's wasm functionality.

  3. IIRC, android/ios have various anti-JIT terms. On Android/iOS, do Rust apps have access to wasm32 JIT functionality ?

You should be able to use a JIT on Android. From memory, I think Wasmer could run on Android.

When we wanted to run WebAssembly on iOS we used the WASM3 interpreter.

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