Don’t forget to visit #Jolla at Mobile World Congress 2014 this year, Jolla will be exhibiting the new Jolla smartphone with #SailfishOS inside. So pop over and get your hands on Jolla to experience it for yourself and meet the team behind it. The booth is in Hall 1 –
By now it’s a widely known fact that the browser is based on the Gecko engine which is developed by Mozilla corp. and is used in their Firefox browser and Firefox OS. For some reason it’s not that known that the Sailfish browser is built upon the EmbedLite embedding API
A small but fast web-browser for Jolla can be found on Jolla Store, named as Webcat. This is a tiny webkit browser, but have the speed that the Internal browser doesn’t have. In Use This is the best part. It is tiny, the bookmarks is easy to find but the
While Windows needs USB driver to be installed and MacOSX doesn’t really support the Jolla mobile yet. MorphOS does. This is a operating system which is one of the smallest in the world. It requires almost no mem or disk space, and because of this, MorphOS is one of the
After reading various tests on the net. I found out that some doesn’t like the Android implementation in Sailfish OS, which is the native OS on Jolla. Well. I think its quite good actually. Here I’ve added 4 more pictures to our Jolla gallery that shows how Android apps runs
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