Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 18th Mar 2010 22:30 UTC, submitted by Tam Hanna
Qt "Being the developer of a Qt-based mobile solution is really really nice nowadays " especially as Android support is well on its way. For all those of you new to the topic: the moment Qt has been ported, you can run your Qt-based applications on the operating system. Bogdan Vatra [is] the brain behind the Qt port - let's see what he has to say!"
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by puelocesar on Fri 19th Mar 2010 01:44 UTC
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Now that's something to get excited about! It's just a pity that, knowing Jobs, we will never see it running on iPhones... If so, it would be THE framework to rule them all.

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Android mp3 Player
by BigDaddy on Fri 19th Mar 2010 17:29 UTC
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All I can think of is a mobile version of Amarok. I'm almost giddy.

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A little bit out of topic but ...
by micken on Sat 20th Mar 2010 08:26 UTC
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There is allways talks about where and how you can use Qt.
I think that Qt Everywere is a good platform but I still needs some
X11 apps which is likely closedsource.

The solution was to port Xqt , to Qt4.

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