Actually, Tic-80 does support Android: but it can only run .tic & png cartridges in the free edition.
It handles input easily by an built-in virtual gamepad & touchscreen (both used in a tic-80 nonogram; ROWBYROW !).
So it's worth a demo, maybe...
(However ios users may only play it via an html export, as there's no Tic-80 app for their OS.
Also Love2D needs a Mac to install the app for ios)