@shacoof If you're interested in truly cross platform app development with Python, Kivy is a possibility.
While it doesn't allow you to use (as far as I'm aware, maybe I'm wrong) all the cool native ui elements of iOS like Pythonista + xCode Template does, it does have a lowest common denominator UI paradigm that let's you build for iOS, android, OS X, Windows, Linux.
It's essentially boxes inside of boxes stacked next to boxes, kind of like CSS layout..
The one time I made a gui app using it (a game server administration tool that used telnet), I ran into the realization that you have to make sure EVERY SINGLE LIBRARY AND TOOL YOU USE MUST BE CROSS PLATFORM, otherwise it doesn't matter that the GUI is.
And keep in mind, your App will not look native on any of the platforms you distribute to. That's why I prefer Pythonista - couldn't care less for Android, and I figure if I ever make anything where it makes business sense to build for Android, I'll cross that bridge when I get to it.