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In Hackweek IV, at the beginning of 2011 we started to evaluate how to bring our tools like the build service, openfate feature tracking and SUSE Studio to mobile devices like the iPhone, Android or Blackberry. Instead of writing native apps for each of those platforms, we created mobile versions of the pages, that have a look & feel like a native app.
Just start the web browser on your mobile and visit one of the sites listed below. You’ll automatically be redirected to the mobile site.
Available mobile services
The openSUSE build service mobile page currently offers browsing of projects and packages, checking the build status and listing requests.
The mobile feature tracking page enables you to stay up to date with all changes to the feature tracking database, search for features and display the features details.
The gallery mobile page gives you an overview of the currently published appliances of SUSE Studio.
YaSTroid is an android app that connects to a machine running WebYaST (with minor edits). Currently it allows you to read some of the data provided by WebYaST.