Definition of multiplatform in English:

multiplatform

adjective

  • Compatible with or involving more than one type of computer or operating system:

    ‘a multiplatform software package’
    ‘an all-new multiplatform video game’
    • ‘In recent years, people have came up with an idea to fix this inconvenience - to convert PowerPoint to smaller, multi-platform supported flash files.’
    • ‘Technical support managers with multiplatform skills generally earn up to €63,000 a year.’
    • ‘I'd personally like to see all Sega games a given multi-platform release, it's the best way for them to reach their fans.’
    • ‘So far, Opera has gained users because of speed, its low footprint, its determined adherence to standards and its multi-platform nature.’
    • ‘We feel that developers can and should leverage all the best qualities of each platform by embracing multiplatform development.’
    • ‘We've done multiplatform games on our engine before, so most of the work was to ensure the tools continued to support both platforms.’
    • ‘What challenges are involved in making a multiplatform game?’
    • ‘This is a teen title, and another multiplatform game to boot.’
    • ‘Sega will take a multiplatform approach, writing games not only for all three consoles but also for PCs, cellphones, handheld computers and whatever other gaming-capable devices come along.’
    • ‘In 2002, he oversaw the introduction of an expanded portfolio of multi-platform software.’
    • ‘The site will provide for multi-platform access allowing site visitors access to the site not only from their PCs but through devices such as palm pilots.’
    • ‘We are the only vendor who has such significant multi-release and multi-platform security patch issues.’
    • ‘He has fantastic experience of building channels and brands in a multi-platform digital environment, a very strong creative background and terrific relations with talent and the production community.’
    • ‘Everyone realizes that it's a multiplatform world and most developers will have to build their creations for more than one target.’
    • ‘The Xbox was launched as a gaming console, but has become a multiplatform entertainment system.’
    • ‘Bonfield, on the other hand, was repositioning an aging telecom company into a fast growing multi-platform communications business.’
    • ‘During the past 18 months, we have become the leading global developer and distributor of multi-platform educational software to schools and homes.’
    • ‘The recommendation is an important step in encouraging the deployment of multi-platform and high-speed Internet connections.’
    • ‘Working in a multi-platform environment increases the complexities associated with managing this data.’
    • ‘The family of products are multiplatform and allow you to watch movies, listen to music, download podcasts, vodcasts and so on all over the house.’

Pronunciation:

multiplatform

/ˌmʌltɪˈplatfɔːm/