SUGGESTION: License F-stop for gallery

asked 2018-09-25 14:02:28 +0300

SymbianRefugee gravatar image

F-stop is an android app, originally released on Amazon for their amazon devices but since modified for general use and released on Google play.

On getting my first Android phone (4.2 - yes I was a late leaver from Symbian) I loaded all the gallery apps and the best by far was F-Stop.

It's a single guy who codes and supports, he always responds, pretty nice guy (no I do not know him) - why not license for the next release?

Seriously it's brilliant, even the free version is brilliant -

Please Jolla take a look

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I'd prefer more native apps and not fAndroid rubbish regardless of how well it works or looks.

t-punk ( 2018-09-25 15:05:54 +0300 )edit

I think @SymbianRefugee meant just that; arranging the author to port f-stop to native SFOS application.

A commendable idea, but AFAIK android software is not that easy to port; differences in environment are huge, java&whatever to qt&cpp&qml@silica

juiceme ( 2018-09-25 15:23:35 +0300 )edit

You shoulf make a better case, and maybe explain why you think the current gallery to be inadequate.

What are the features you think that makes this application so good? Could they be implemented in the existing gallery? Could they be implemented through third party extensions?

mikelima ( 2018-09-26 15:12:35 +0300 )edit