Today I managed to get QGIS to load all the icons, providers and plugins. The GUI looks very good and quick, it is easy to use with the finger, beside the small arrows hiding multiple icons.
Furthermore I discovered that customization works so that we could pre configure qgis to show bigger icons (as in Settings->Options->Icon size 32) and a subset of tool bars, all in all is cool how good it runs.
To be noticed that the gui now works properly as well on my mobile phone (Galaxy s)!!!
Now I’m tackling all the files like i18n, resources, svg and so on.
Here a video showing the newest stand of qgis for android and on my github you can download it.

QGIS on Android has a proper GUI from Marco Bernasocchi on Vimeo.

ciao Marco


Maurizio · 2011-08-18 at 15:42

the text is still at “square” on galaxy samsung s2

Henrikb · 2011-08-18 at 20:48

My text is also squares, galaxy tab 10.1. 🙂

    marco · 2011-08-18 at 21:06

    to all “square users” what language is your system on?

Henrikb · 2011-08-18 at 21:45

English (us)

Henrikb · 2011-08-18 at 21:47

Forgot to write, stock firmware android 3.1

Mautizio · 2011-08-19 at 11:20

text “square”
Italian, samsung galaxy s2, android 2.3.3.

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