FWIW, here's a list of apps that I'd like to see:
Get-notes suits me perfectly on the desktop - I use it all the time. It would be nice if someone would bolt on a keyboard so that we could use it on the phone.
Being concerned about privacy I like to use the Tor network - It would be good if the Browser could be used through Tor. The Tor Messenger app is good too.
I'd like to be able to use qTox on the phone as it's P2P, encrypted, and does (video) calls, messages and file transfers.
I hope the people behind Crazy Mark continue to develop it, because a decent markdown editor would be useful. And a simple database like Symphytum would be great too.
In the fullness of time, it would also be good to see things like Stellarium and Cuttlefish. And maybe, when the OS gets some momentum, the people behind apps like Aurasma and Explain Everything will build their apps for it.
And as a musician, I'd need MuseScore before I could make a converging device my only bit of kit.
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I have not heard of qTox before, but in the last few days I have heard of it twice, so think it may be worth a look.
While we are all waiting for Tor browser you could look at using a vpn. This would gibe you some level of security for now.
@halucigenia :) Thanks for the tips. Rockd looks very interesting.
I'll have to look into that. Thanks @UKPhil.