I've got a scenario. In my company, we used Jira as our tracking tool. Now, we have developed this mobile app which runs both on iOS and Android. We have decided to implement the iOS first. So, in our JIRA project, let's say the setup would be, I created myapp_jira_version_1 on JIRA which corresponds to the first build created by the iOS developer which says let's say myapp_build_1. As the project goes on, we can see that the Jira version is parallel to the build version as it increments. My question would be:
Now, what if we will decide to start the Android development, and say we already reached build_version_10 on iOS and Jira_version_10 on Jira. In the 11th version, it is expected that there are Android related issues that would come. So, will it the iOS and Android issues will be merged with 1 Jira version?
In this case, on one mobile app running on both Android and iOS platforms, is it a good practice to split them into two Jira projects? If this is a bad practice, could you give me solution for the first question?
Any comment/s from you guys are much appreciated.