It’s always amazing to see big companies paying attention to Jolla and Sailfish OS. After PhotoFunia released their application at Jolla store, now it is time for Spotify to show off some of their skills. We have seen a pre-alpha iteration of it before as well but now after “Hackweek 2014 and 2015” according to Bob […]
Reports on Together.Jolla.com has been seen that the Aaslakkajärvi is now available for download if you are an early adopter. I am currently installing it on my Jolla phone with no issues as I am writing this. Usual Warnings: If you use phonehook from OpenRepos, uninstall it before upgrading. If you use patchmanager, revert all […]
In a sunny and mild end-May afternoon I had the chance to meet, in Helsinki, Heikki Haveri, developer of Situations and partner, along with another former Nokia employee, Roope Tassberg, in the Pastilli Labs project. In a pretty kahvila of the city’s center, along with a cup of coffee, we had a long and pleasant […]
Jolla has been working mostly in the background lately to bring us fans some exciting news in regards to their growth in the industry. What better news than having a massive country backing you up and calling your operating system their official national OS for mobile? According to the RBC Newspaper, The Russian Ministry of […]
While Sailfish OS 1.1.4 is still hot on our phones, we got the first news about the next interation of Jolla’s homegrown operative system. Soumya Bijal, Jolla product manager, published on the developers’ mailing list the roadmap of the features expected for the next Sailfish OS update, 1.1.6. Private browsing mode in Browser View detailed […]
Only one month ago, PhotoFunia announced that they were developing a Sailfish native app of their well-known online photo-editing tool. As they stated, their goal is to provide their app no matter what device you use – and guys, they are men of their words. Yesterday they released, through their official Twitter account (@photofunia), a […]
HtheB, a great moderator at Talk.Marmo.Org (TMO) has greeted us with an email containing the latest version of WhatsUp, the Sailfish OS WhatsApp client. The client now can support landscape mode while running on a Jolla phone for it to be able to support TOHKBD, since the TOH is going to reach consumer’s hands really […]
Try pronouncing that name, you’ll be pretty much doomed, if you aren’t a Finn, and will probably sue Jolla for cramped tongue or something. But it is finally here. The 22.214.171.124 is finally available for early access download. Highlights are: Split keyboard in landscape mode, with option to turn it off IMAP implementation now has […]
Disclaimer: Don’t complain about the bugs yet! That’s an statement said by the developer of Whatsup, Matias Cepi Perez who is warning you that the application contains bugs. We don’t have a full list yet but the bugs are indeed there, yet the application is fully functional according to my earlier on testings. It uses the […]
Nowadays, everything spins around ecosystems: Apple, Microsoft and Google are continuously tightening their products’ experience to make the life or their users easier (and well, try to bound them to their services, but this is another story). What if we use GNU/Linux? We’ve been trough hard times, poor support and so on. But now now […]
Jolla Ltd. is an independent company, continuing Nokia’s excellent work on MeeGo based smart phones together with the people who worked on N9 development, and us being N9 and MeeGo fanatics just couldn’t resist not to support Jolla and their efforts to popularize Sailfish OS.
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