Wish list : which apps do you need?
Rebecca58 last edited by
Just wondering what kind of apps you wanted on Ubuntu Touch.
As for me, I'd love
-An alternative browser
-a color to do list
-an app to learn HTML5
-One for the QML basics
-some crazy alarm you can't stop without solving maths equations
-one for a dark mode (reducing the intensity of light even more)
And you? what would you like to see?
C0n57an71n last edited by
@Rebecca58 You can choose the "Dark Suru theme" from the settings if you want it dark, but that will work with core apps and a couple of others.
Rebecca58 last edited by Rebecca58
@C0n57an71n I have it, thank God. but i meant a light filtre that lessens the light even more.
AND an app to zoom from any page or anywhere would be awesome.
also an alternative keyboard where you can use glidetyping or dictate. My dream!!
Keneda last edited by
You can "force" dark theme in UT Tweak Tool.
@Rebecca58 I would love an altimeter app
AppLee last edited by
If there is one in your device, I think sensorstatus is able to give you the altitude.
And GPS does track the altitude too... What exactly would be your need ?
@AppLee I’ll check tonight if Pure Nav displays the altitude too (I know it indicates the speed but not sure for the altitude). In IOS I have an app called « Altitude GPS » which is very usefull as I often do hike in mountains...
AppLee last edited by
Don't know if it indicates the altitude, but if your record a GPX file then you'll have the information.
SensorStatus is my best bet if you have a device with an altimeter.
I would love to have:
An alternative browser
Tutanota app, the ones in the app store do not work on my Nexus 5 or Pinephone.
Than life would be perfect!
Ordnance Survey offline maps.
Activity tracker shows altitude
@Capsia Oh nice Thank you!
TotalSonic last edited by
Apps I would love to see eventually made available on UT:
Video Chat - even a single way to do this would be fantastic - whether it is via eventual support for Telegrams currently alpha video call capabilities being enabled in TELEports - or via Morph support for various web based services, or via WebRTC - whatever gives us a viable option on UT devices that is easiest to implement is all good by me.
Task List with ToDoTxt support - there are a ton of existing task list apps for UT already, but I really would like one that has ToDoTxt support, along with NextCloud syncing support, so that it could be synced to a multitude of cross platform apps, all in a "future proof" format. Info on the ToDoTxt spec is at http://todotxt.org/
Native basic Video Editing app - while there are a number of online web services that can be used for this task, it would be way more efficient and reliable if there was a UT app that could do basic functions like trim, rotate, resize and reformat for videos - especially useful for posting to social media directly from ones mobile device.
Ride share app - it would be very useful for me if there was a UT native app for either Uber or Lyft (the two most popular services for this in the USA). While these services can be hailed via an online web page accessible via Morph, the rest of the experience is definitely not as smooth as what you get on Android and iOS.
Widevine support - it would be nice if there was a Widevine plugin for Morph, allowing it to be used for movie streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. I understand the proprietary DRM nature of this makes it difficult to do this - but given that there are plugins for Linux via Chrome (that is compatible with some of the other Chromium based browsers, as well as Firefox) - perhaps there is some way this could still be implemented.
A better Bible app. Like "OliveTree" for android.
Also...amazon music would be nice. (might not happen)
I would love to have an app that can create webapps from afpges including push notifications.
I've been checking the store and I couldn't fimd a time management tool where i can clock the time i work on clients tasks. That would be an app i would use. Like a tasklist timer combination. (I'm dutch so i hope i make myself clear)
Finger Painting is really great, really cool. An adult drawing software (finger painting optimized ?) with more functions would be great.
Spotify would be nice
arubislander last edited by
Spotify would be nice
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Fla last edited by
A better Signal client. Axolotl is nice but not good enough at the moment.
Also, redshift, to save my eyes.