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porting objective-C to C#

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We have an iOS app written using XCode. The app works but it is limited to iPhones so we need to somehow port the code to C# (IF POSSIBLE). We are using Xamarin inside Visual Studio 2013 in order to reach all 3 platforms (iOS, Android, Windows Phone). Anyone done this? I realize there will still be a lot of work to do even after somehow getting the code to port.
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This is a question you are probably better off asking on the xamarin boards, as indeed, somebody already has

http://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/21373/is-there-any-way-to-port-an-ios-app-to-c-xamarin
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Thank you. I did not see "Xamarin" as a topic option when I did my initial setup of the question. Appreciate the link!
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