Byzantium continues to march closer to its release for the Librem 5 with UI changes and new apps being worked on.
Cellular, Wifi, and Bluetooth can now be software disabled with a simple tap; a long tap now takes you to settings.
Auto-rotate will allow you to flip your phone in any orientation. Including flipping the phone upside down.
Keyboard styles are being added. With a bit of css, you can completely customize just about every aspect of the keyboard’s appearance.
If you desire a different language, the keyboard now handles having a lot of different layouts.
Stream is a new app being tested internally. This Web Video Browser lets you search the web and returns video results without advertising, tracking, recommendations, nor comments.
Progress continues to make the Librem 5 more versatile by supporting more M.2 wireless cards. This will allow us to support additional M.2 cards with a variety of different specs.
The camera app Megapixels will soon find its way into our update repositories.
As more applications are made pixel-perfect on the Librem 5 they will be added to the default lineup of apps.
All the source for all these projects is conveniently uploaded complete with a searchable index that makes it simple to find projects, issues or individual contributors. Find out more at source.puri.sm
Purism believes building the Librem 5 is just one step on the road to launching a digital rights movement, where we—the-people stand up for our digital rights, where we place the control of your data and your family’s data back where it belongs: in your own hands.