Linked by lemur2 on Tue 22nd Feb 2011 22:37 UTC
Qt A first alpha version of a Qt implementation for the Android mobile operating system has been announced by Romanian software developer Bogdan Vatra. Since Nokia in co-operation with Microsoft have announced that it does not intend to develop a Windows Phone variant of the GUI framework, Qt for Android represents the only remaining route/platfrom to providing mobile phone apps developed using Qt.
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Looks just like a native Mac application

I do know many of us (apple users) tend to be somewhat shallow, and so be it. Maybe were spoiled with good interface design. I dont know.

Let me just point out a few glicthes in clementine from that screenshot you linked to;
* It's clearly made for a window with borders
* Way too many dividers
* Little or no padding between interface elements

As much as i like clementine in KDE, the minimal effort made to make it look and feel like a "real" cocoa app is a fail in my book. Even if those are native widgets.

That said, many "real" cocoa applications also look like someone shat on them. Take a look here (warning, funny stuff);

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