Is there any way to run new Mojave apps (like Voice Memos, News, Stocks) in High Sierra?

I tried to modify info.plist in particular with stocks, but the app gives me an error, I suppose because some missing files. But, is there any way to run this app on High Sierra? Here you can see the error in stock when I open the program (for no Italians: "borsa" means stock):

Dyld Error Message:

  Library not loaded: /System/iOSSupport/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/NewsArticles.framework/Versions/A/NewsArticles
  Referenced from: /Volumes/VOLUME/Borsa copia.app/Contents/MacOS/Stocks
  Reason: image not found

No, these new apps are built using iOS-based frameworks that only exist on Mojave. These frameworks are located within /System/iOSSupport which is why you're seeing that error message, as that directory (and the files within it) do not appear in previous versions of macOS.


No way

There will be differences in the system APIs between different operating systems.

Plus there will be new functions in the new OS which have no equivalent in older ones

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