Sorry, it's out of my hands. The Bluetooth hardware manufacturer provides API's only for iOS software development so even if I wanted to write for Android I couldn't. Moreover, Google provides no native Android software support for Bluetooth 4.0 and only a couple of recent devices even have hardware support. Those that do provide only minimal, proprietary, third party support that is often broken with Android software upgrades. With the high degree of fragmentation among Android devices, creating apps that work on a majority of devices in the market - while depending on specific hardware being present in such devices - is difficult at best and impossible at worst.
Originally Posted by MattKing