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9th August 2014, 10:23 AM |#161  
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Originally Posted by Lethargy

Yeah, but you need the store to be able to download the required binaries to run Android Apps. Officially, anyways.

Okay, I have not done deeper research about that. Good to know.
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Originally Posted by Lethargy

Probably similar, but Sailfish OS probably uses a bit less in general. Until you run a bunch of Android apps, of course. Which you can't do on the port as the Jolla Store doesn't work.

Thank you! That was very clear
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