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posted 2015-01-01 05:08:30 +0200

No, you are not alone. I'd be using Jolla even if it didn't have Android-support at all (and currently after 1.1.1.27 I have not installed AlienDalvik). I used to have it enabled for some months during last year or so to experiment with how does it work and what apps are available. The droid apps are (even in Jolla UX) just not cool or useful or #unlike enough for me to use them (even if some services out-there are only barely usable w/o them). The only chance for Jolla and #SailfisOS to succeed in the long run is to increase and widen the reach, feature-completeness and popular service accessability with native Qt/QML/Mer/Nemo/Silica app provision. For this Jolla must focus more on #SailfishOS devs and initiate 3rd-party native collaborations, and ASAP make it possible to submit paid apps to.Jolla Store.

No, you are not alone. I'd be using Jolla even if it didn't have Android-support at all (and currently after 1.1.1.27 I have not installed AlienDalvik). I used to have it enabled for some months during last year or so to experiment with how does it work and what apps are available. The droid apps are (even in Jolla UX) just not cool or useful or #unlike enough for me to use them (even if some services out-there are only barely usable w/o them).

The only chance for Jolla and #SailfisOS to succeed in the long run is to increase and widen the reach, feature-completeness and popular service accessability with native Qt/QML/Mer/Nemo/Silica app provision. For this Jolla must focus more on #SailfishOS devs and initiate 3rd-party native collaborations, and ASAP make it possible to submit paid apps to.Jolla Store.