Plasma Mobile Gear 21.08 is out now for Linux-powered phones with improvements and new features for the Weather, Clock, Kasts, and Spacebar apps, as well as the Shell.
Plasma Mobile 21.07 desktop environment is now available for Linux smartphones. This release brings with various new features and improvements to several of the default apps, as well as to the Shell.
KDE’s Plasma Mobile UI for Linux phones now offers new apps for listening to YouTube Music, managing countdowns for special dates, and reading emails, along with several improvements of the user interface.
In February 2021, KDE’s Plasma Mobile received an improved homescreen, new settings, and numerous app updates for a better Linux mobile experience. Here’s the rundown!
PINE64 selects Manjaro Linux ARM as the default operating system and KDE’s Plasma Mobile UI as default graphical interface for their PinePhone Linux phone.
KDE’s Plasma Mobile UI gets one last major update before the end of 2020 with numerous improvements, bug fixes and new features. This is what’s new for the Plasma desktop for mobile devices!
PINE64 and KDE Project announce the PinePhone KDE Community Edition Linux phone, powered by the Plasma Mobile UI. Pre-orders kick off on December 1st, 2020.
KDE’s Plasma Mobile gets a new update that brings a new virtual keyboard, a revamped lock screen, a new Game Center app, and improvements to various other apps.
KDE’s Plasma Mobile UI for Linux phones scores a major update with new and updated applications, as well as various other enhancements. Coming soon to a Linux phone near you!
KDE’s Plasma Mobile is progressing quite well and it looks a very good alternative to Android on the PinePhone open source Linux phone.