This was supposed to be one of the ‘levelers’ people were looking forward to in Nokia’s Meego devices. Whilst there were Qt apps, sadly these were MeeGo Qt apps only that were immediately compatible (no Symbian Qt) so very little in the way of the ‘all important -_-’ app numbers.
ACL solves the App barrier by allowing Android apps to run on that particular OS. It sounds great but will it be great in practice?
Here’s a demo on a MeeGo tablet.
So on top of HTML5 and Qt apps, you’ve got the option for Android Apps. The OpenMobile site also mentions ACL for Windows.
Cheers jiipee and Muerte for the tip
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