The successor to Symbian MeeGo OS to facilitate the start, turns to Google’s android developer Jolla. The mobile operating system is reported to also support Android apps.
Originally, MeeGo will succeed Nokia’s mobile operating system Symbian. But the OS made it only to the Nokia N9 , before the Finnish company using Microsoft alliance and now sat on Windows Phone. Former Nokia employees founded last month the startup Jolla and want MeeGo now revive.
As it should utter one new operating system be hard to compete with the top dogs Android and iOS, is obsolete Jolla ado prominent support of Google’s green robot. As a spokesman Jolla announced today that MeeGo will support Android apps. In implementing the company relies on the Open Mobile’s Application Compatibility Layer (ACL) technology. Whether this step is enough to lure potential customers of the popular operating system is to be seen.