KDE Announces Plasma Mobile For Fully-Free Software For Mobile Devices

Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 25 July 2015 at 05:30 AM EDT. 38 Comments
At KDE's Akademy event today, the KDE camp has just lifted the embargo on Plasma Mobile.

KDE Plasma Mobile is focusing on a fully-free software stack that's developed openly for mobile devices such as smartphones.

A brief video of an early KDE Plasma Mobile prototype is embedded below while other details will be forthcoming; this was just a post scheduled for the embargo lift with limited details known in advance.

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