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RE: What native PinePhone application would you like to see in the near future? - Rahac - 11-28-2021

(11-28-2021, 03:44 AM)wibble Wrote:
(11-27-2021, 10:35 AM)Rahac Wrote: Does Pinephone have google maps?

Only via browser. Pure Maps is probably the closest standalone equivalent.

So I can only use google maps as thru browser and is it working normally like the app or there are some problems while driving not showing the exact position where are you and other kinds of stuff.


RE: What native PinePhone application would you like to see in the near future? - bcnaz - 11-29-2021

I would like Bleachbit "as Root" to work, ...... "as User" is working now..!


RE: What native PinePhone application would you like to see in the near future? - Avisando - 11-29-2021

(11-27-2021, 10:06 AM)TheBlindEarthican Wrote:
(11-27-2021, 04:28 AM)Avisando Wrote:
(02-03-2021, 03:34 AM)kern707 Wrote: What native (mobile optimized) applications would you like to see becoming available for the PinePhone in the near future?

I am not talking about existing applications that are currently not compatible, I am talking about applications that exist on other platforms (such as Android), but are not available for linux phones, and that you would love to have on your PinePhone.

This thread is in order to put together some opinions, that will help developers decide what the end-customer really need / want on their PinePhone, and maybe give it a higher priority.

Any input will be very much appreciated :-)


A YouTube client like NewPipe would be helpful.

Have you tried SXMO (Post Market OS & Arch Linux Arm support it)? It comes with youtube-dl scripts for video or audio only through mpv. It's a bit of a learning curve but really reliable after learning the basics.

No I have never tried it, thanks for the information. Smile


RE: What native PinePhone application would you like to see in the near future? - bcnaz - 12-01-2021

> I would really like a "Desktop" phone answering machine app.,


RE: What native PinePhone application would you like to see in the near future? - bcnaz - 12-01-2021

An App for the New Pinephone keyboard ?


RE: What native PinePhone application would you like to see in the near future? - SwordfishII - 06-01-2022

(02-08-2021, 08:22 AM)TRS-80 Wrote: In fact, I would politely suggest to stop using "services" from any company who are so obnoxious as to think they deserve to run unknown, proprietary code on your device, just to protect their private, dinosaur business model.

You do know that your wifi, bluetooth, GPU, have proprietary blobs right? How about intel's IME and AMD's equivalent. 

Snark like this bothers me. You have proprietary code on your computer right now in some fashion.