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Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing

  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems

  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific

  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments

  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing

  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems

  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific

  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments

  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

[introduced in 1.0.3.8] Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.

[introduced [Implemented in 1.0.3.8] Differentiate native SailfishOS and Android apps in Jolla store

The Jolla store (harbour) should make it possible to show users whether available applications are native SailfishOS or Android apps. This could be implemented with different views, categories or tags so that it would be possible to search or browse apps for both platforms independently.

Update as to why this would be benefcial:

  • easier to see how the native SailfishOS "ecosystem" is growing
  • increases user-awareness that the device actually can run apps for two different operating systems
  • makes the application related user comments. reports and suggestions more understandable and easier to analyze and diagnose, cause the issues and wishes usually are very OS-spesific
  • makes it possible to compare the design, utlity and performance of apps running in different environments
  • hopefully promotes the use and demand for native apps and makes it more likely for users to choose a SailfishOS version when both are available

By having this additional piece of information (nattive SailfishOS / Android app) explicitly available in the Jolla store for users can make it easier for all of us to develop, find, choose and use the best application in Jolla, for the need we have.