It's something I have zero interest in so I didn't do it till now but maybe a little bit of SEO couldn't hurt. I don't even know how my website would show up in search results which probably wont get it in there 😅

Just some screenshots of Image Roll a Image viewer running on the

It's a nice image viewer that feels like it fits mobile devices a bit better then eog and has some very basic editing features like cropping and rotating images. :D

Big thanks to Weclaw1 (Github) for the amazing work!

Just some screenshots of Calindori a calendar app running on the

Basically the only usable calendar app for the Pinephone (at least on the actual GNU/Linux distros). I can really recommend it sometimes it's a bit clunky on Phosh but overall it works quite nicely and dose what it's supposed to! :D

Big thanks to @plasmamobile for the amazing work!

Just some screenshots of Tootle a Mastodon client running on the

One of the first apps I showed of and still one of the best! I am almost sure that every mobile GNU/Linux user knows this app but I thought I would show it again since I am almost sure not just people who own such a device see these posts :D

Big thanks to @bleakgrey for the amazing work, make sure to follow him!

Just some screenshots of Mousai a app to identify songs running on the
Idk why someone would want it but it works so if you do there you have it! :D

Just some screenshots of Telegram Desktop running on the

It scales suprisingly well and is totally usable on the Pinephone. I am not that much of a Telegram user since I prefer Matrix and the desktop client is quite a pile of garbage since it lacks encryption support but I am sure many of you will need it anyway! :D

Just some screenshots of Shattered-pixel-Dungeon a fun little Roguelike RPG running on the

I showed this one before but I realized there is a .jar version in the LinMobGames repo now so you can use it on more then just Mobian. I just love this game it's not specially complicated but a ton of fun and I even played it before I had a Pinephone! :D

Big thanks to @ShatteredPixel (Twitter) for the amazing work!

Just some screenshots of Fragments a Bittorrent client running on the

It's a bit to simple for me to use on my desktop but on my phone it's perfect. I haven't used it much yet but bittorrent is always handy to have specially on a full Linux device! :D

Big thanks to @haeckerfelix for the amazing work, make sure to follow him!

Just some screenshots of Alligator a feed reader running on the

It's a extremely minimal and light weight one which I would definitely recommend if that's what you search for but I prefer Gnome feeds! :D

Big thanks to @plasmamobile for the amazing work and make sure to follow them!

Just some screenshots of Tubefeeder a Youtube client running on the

I call it "client" but it's really more of a feed reader specialized on Youtube and opening videos in mpv so it allows you to watch videos from people you follow but nothing else. I wish it had better desktop support because it's exactly how I want to watch Youtube! :D

Big thanks to Schmiddiii (Github) for the amazing work!

Just some screenshots of Dragonstone a Gemini/Gopher browser running on the
As you may know I showed off Fossil once and wasn't even aware that it was a fork so here is the original and it scales even better! :D

Big thanks to @baschdel for this amazing work!

Just some screenshots of Shortwave a internet radio client running on the

Shortwave is a nice, minimal and after my testing well working internet radio client made with GTK4 . It sometimes seems to have performance issues but I am not totally sure why that is and beside of that I couldn't find any issues so if you want to listen to internet radio on your this is a great option!
Big thanks to @haeckerfelix and the team for this amazing app :D

Just some screenshots of Newsflash a feed reader running on the

Newsflash is a modern feed reader written in Rust and using GTK3. It scales well for mobile screens, is extremely feature rich, looks really good and loads relatively fast but still crashes a lot while adding feeds. Just try it out yourself if you like what you see :D
I sadly couldn't find it's creator on the Fediverse so I guess you can check out his Gitlab for more. gitlab.com/JanGernert

Just some screenshots of Fossil a Gemini/Gopher browser running on the

Fossil is a feature rich Gemini/Gopher browser made with GTK and usable on the Pinephone when using "scale-to-fit". It's not mobile optimized as far as I can tell but the UI fits the screen very well. I don't really have any use for those protocols and don't think we should totally remove CSS/JS from "the web" but it's a cool technology.
Big thanks to @koyu@koyu.space for this amazing app and make sure to follow him! :D

Just some screenshots of Kasts a Podcast client running on the

Kasts is a new addition to the Plasma mobile Apps and made with QT/Kirigami. I used it to listen to a few Darknet Diaries episodes and it worked like a charm so I would say some more work and we will have a worthy competitor to Gnome Podcasts :D
Big thanks to @mogwai and the team for this amazing app! Make sure to follow them for more awesome stuff :D

Just some screenshots of the Webbrowser running on the

Angelfish is the default Plasma mobile browser developed mobile first using QT/Kirigami, QtWebengine (Blink) and the Brave Adblocker. It's fast, mobile friendly, good looking and light weight but still has a few crashes (at least on Phosh).
Big thanks to @kde for this fantastic browser and make sure to follow them and @plasmamobile for more good stuff :D

Just some screenshots of PostmarketOS Tweaks a Gnome Tweaks version for mobile devices on the Pinephone.

PostmarketOS Tweaks is a really simple tool but a very useful one. I bet in future versions of Phosh there will be more to tweak but even rn it's nice to have a simple way to turn on dark mode or disable animations. I am not sure what it would take to get it to work on other distros if it doesn't already but I only tested it with PostmarketOS so far.

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