Hi @Wils1907, and welcome on board.
Please, when you create a post asking for support, try to provide as many links as possible to the applications you mention, so it’s easier for those who wish to help you to quickly access them (i.e. not having to Google them up):
Could you describe better how it isn’t compatible? It doesn’t install at all? it doesn’t start? or it has some problems when executing?
Release for the iOS can be found at the GitHub repository, here:
But, as you’ve already noticed these Zip archives contain only the source code, not precompiled binaries.
My best advice is to search whether someone else reported the same problem, by searching the current Issues at the GitHub repository for the iOS implementation:
You’ll find labels relating to iOS and iPad, which you can use to narrow down the research scope and results.
If you can’t find an already existing solution or explanation of the problem, you can open your own new Issue, explaining in detail your problem (provide as much useful info as possible, such as your iOS version, and how the problem manifests).
Don’t even think that! No one here knows it all, and this is a very wide field where everyone needs guidance from someone else (we all stand on the shoulders of those who preceded us). Also, as we say here in Italy, “no one is born learned!”
So, don’t let similar thoughts ever prevent you from asking something, there’s nothing to be shy of, and people here are willing to help you work your way through the complexities of this huge ecosystem that’s found in GitHub. And if anyone ever is rough on you because your are not getting terminology right, or asking apparently simple questions, then just report that user — this is a friendly and supportive community, and such discriminations are not tolerated nor taken lightly.
You’re always welcome, and don’t forget that in the open source world your time is just as precious as anyone’s else, and we appreciate you donating your time to projects that are free and open source.