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2014-04-18 18:28 GMT+02:00 Kracked_P_P---webmaster <>:

Android's market share is increasing while Windows is going down. Chrome
OS is increasing as well, but its market share is not as strong as Android
[so far].  IT would be nice to get into that market share for LO, when

​You know... ChromeOS is sort of important. ChromeOS "apps" are basically
the same as Chrome "apps", so I'd say their market share is more like...
34-46% theoretically (
It isn't a fair comparison, as the software is available in some other
forms where the Chrome browser is available, but it could be an incentive :)

I do not know how well LO works with Win8, since I only used it for about
10 minutes for trying to setup a package for someone and thought it was
worse than Unity, and I hate Unity.

​It works more or less like in windows 7. No "metro" support, so you're
back to the plain windows look (with all of the drawbacks of W8, but that's
not the place to discuss this...).

Windows - yes
Linux - deb and rpm
Mac - Intel only for the newer versions

Android tablets - use an AOO/OOo based or other version[s] for Android
that is available, for now.
iOS - told it is being looked into
ChromeOS - not in the future plans, so far.

​That's a good summary so far. Note that LO peoples are working on Android,
although it's not at the "beta" status yet (
But I can vouch for a *viewer* that would handle correctly files. It might
be easier to do (less UI work, no edition code maybe). It would be a great
step toward general adoption of opendocument format. But, again, I'm
starting to digress.

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