A few months ago we first met the images and operation of Plasma Mobile, the operating system of Kubuntu and KDE. Many of us thought it was latent and not working on it, but we recently saw a video where several developers have moved an Android app to Plasma Mobile. In this case the app is called Subsurface, a diving app that has a version for Android and also for Plasma Mobile.
Apparently, according to its creators in a block, Subsurface passed in just two days and the third day was used to correct some bugs the app is presenting. The creators plan to launch an update soon with more improvements and features that make it useful in Subsurface, but the most interesting is the rest, at least for those who plan to develop apps for Plasma Mobile.
Plasma Mobile looks like it will have a great adaptation if it comes from Android
Developers who also develop for Plasma Mobile and KDE have warned the high number of libraries used by apps and a positive feature of Plasma Mobile. The high number of app dependencies makes apps difficult to develop on normal systems, but since Plasma Mobile has all these libraries by default, using them is no problem. a priori.
The truth is that Plasma Mobile is a very incipient operating system, something new and very unstable, immature, but if really it takes three days to move an app from Android to Plasma Mobile, The Plasma Mobile ecosystem will soon expand. However, it lacks great support from its community, as does Kubuntu or the KDE Project. However, we must not forget that Plasma Mobile is only a few months old, we will have to wait a year.