Via a Web-API
You can write a wrapper around Emdros which only uses the part(s)
you actually need, then use that wrapper inside of an environment such
iOS: In this case, you can write a wrapper in
Objective-C++ or Objective-C and interface with either Swift
or our Objective-C/C++ application.
Android: In this case, you write a C++ wrapper around
Emdros which implements a JNI interface, then use NDK to
compile it, then interface with the Java parts of the JNI
interface from your application. Please contact the author of
Emdros for further details.
Web API: In this case, you write your wrapper in one of
the supported language bindings (currently Python 2.7, Python
3.x, C#, Java, Ruby, Perl, PHP5, and PHP7), and then hook your
wrapper up to a web-api that suits your needs, such as a
RESTful API or a JSON or SOAP API. You need to write both the
wrapper and the Web API at this point, though plans are
underway to make some general Web APIs around Emdros.