I think that to work well on Android it would need to have touch capabilities.
Can you imagine MS making a Gnu&Linux version MORE advanced than the one on their own platform!!
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Tom Davies wrote:
Android, Blackberry, Chrome and others are Gnu&Linux.
And iPhones are BSD Unix. Are there an current smart phones that aren't Linux/Unix based, other
than Windows phones? Even at least one of the old Nokia OSs was Linux based.
Regardless, my understanding of that rumour is that if MS developed an Android version, they'd
have pretty well done most of the work for a Linux version. However, other sources indicate they
have no plans to.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] m$ office to gnu/linux rumour · Tom Davies
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