Download the Unofficial Jolla Together App for Jolla

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Last month, Jolla officially open the site http.together.jolla.com The site was opened so that Jolla Phone users can send feedbacks,suggest features, report issues and vote on which features they would like to see in Jolla.

Unofficial Jolla Together app is a must have if you always visit the site.
Here are the features of the app

* List questions

* Filter by Closed, Answered, Unanswered

* Search function

* Sort by activity, date, answers, vote

* Comment/Vote (via built in browser)

You can download it here

PS. Jolla is looking for a Moderator for Jolla Together if you think you are capable you can apply here

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Webcat, Delivers A Feature Rich Web Browser For Sailfish OS

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With a lot of reviews saying that the Sailfish Browser lacks many features like tab browsing etc. Webcat is here to help, Webcat is a simple webbrowser which allows viewing webpages and surfing sites. It is based upon the webkit engine provided by Qt5.

Current features include:
•Landscape support
•Tabbing support (real without reloading of tabs)
•Bookmark support
•Setting browser user agent
•Setting default font sizes
•Opening up links in new tab (by long press and hold on link)
•Copy links (by long press and hold on link)
•Open rtsp, rtmp and mms links with external viewer (e.g. LLs VideoPlayer)
•Setting DNS Prefetch
•Setting Offline WebApplication Cache
•Manually add bookmark with specific user agent
•Fast scroll to top or bottom of page

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Download it here

Warehouse, An OpenRepos Client for Jolla

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Warehouse is an Openrepos client for Jolla, This is not the first time you heard about Warehouse if you are using N9 since its also available for MeeGo. OpenRepos is a community driven personal repository system for Harmattan and Sailfish operating systems. Since OBS Meego have been closed, lots of developers lack the place for personal repositories, where they can store and release their software.

Warehouse supports the following features
1) Application browsing
2) Application details. You have to enable developer repository first.
3) Process of fetching repository info
4) Repository connected, download size of pachage (this does not count required deps yet).
5) Downloading & Installing application
6) Installation finishes
7) You can also uninstall any installed app

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Though there are some features that is not yet supported like Cover and cover action, Not all transactions are named yet, so you can see just “pending” instead of real stuff like “install application” or “enable repository”
,No settings & translations and
Notifications on available updates. It is still a must have app, also the developer promised that an update is under development.

You can download it here