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posted 2014-02-13 16:03:46 +0200

Bo, not yet, because of missing CalDav-support and because of bugs in People app handling of Contacts data (incorrect labels), and also because of missing proper offline navigation support in Maps. So, People, Calendars and Maps are the most critical apps in terms of feature-completeness in my mobile device use-cases.

Bo, No, not yet, because of missing CalDav-support and because of bugs in People app handling of Contacts data (incorrect labels), and also because of missing proper offline navigation support in Maps. Maps.

So, People, Calendars and Maps are the most critical apps in terms of feature-completeness in my mobile device use-cases.

No, not yet, because of missing CalDav-support and because of bugs in People app handling of Contacts data (incorrect labels), and also because of missing proper offline navigation support in Maps.

So, People, Calendars and Maps are the most critical apps in terms of feature-completeness in my mobile device use-cases.

Currently, I use Jolla as a companion to my N9, and they make up a quite nice pair ;)

No, not yet, because of missing CalDav-support and because of bugs in People app handling of Contacts data (incorrect labels), and also because of missing proper offline navigation support in Maps.

So, People, Calendars and Maps are the most critical apps in terms of feature-completeness in my mobile device use-cases.

Currently, I use Jolla as a companion to my N9, and they make up a quite nice pair ;)

No, not yet, because of missing CalDav-support and because of bugs in People app handling of Contacts data (incorrect labels), and also because of missing proper offline navigation support in Maps.

So, People, Calendars and Maps are the most critical apps in terms of feature-completeness in my mobile device use-cases.

Currently, I use Jolla as a companion to my N9, and they make up quite a quite nice ice pair ;)