No, sorry. Not at the moment. I had thought I could convince my brother who is a Windows programmer to take on the job, but he’s too busy. So it probably won’t happen as I am not a Windows developer. It would take over a year probably to port it if I were to do it. So most likely not. Sorry.
Ya, I’m sorry about that. In order to get the Mac version working, I was fortunately able to use a lot of the underlying business logic that I had already written for the iPhone and iPad versions. Doing a Windows version would pretty much be a rewrite from scratch. Then keeping feature parity would be very difficult too. As it is, the Mac version took about a year to write, even with sharing code with the iOS versions and they both use the Objective-C programming language. But the paradigms and frameworks are quite different. There is a lot of overlap of course, but it was still a considerable amount of effort to create the Mac version.