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Converting iOS PT to Android DP?

 
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I have a style guide of iOS app which specifies height, width, padding, font size etc in PT
Now I need to use the same style guide for Android App, but I am clueless how should I convert iOS PT to android DP or pixel?
how can i do it
 
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How about this:


It is the equivalent of roughly 160 pixels condensed into 1 inch of screen space, as compared to iOS’s 163. There is no other meaningful difference.



Source: https://blog.fluidui.com/designing-for-mobile-101-pixels-points-and-resolutions/

Fair warning: Designing in absolute metric, printer point, or pixel units for Android devices is perilous. Android screen sizes come in a lot more configurations than Apple devices do.

So wherever possible, use the layout managers, not absolute screen positions.
 
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