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GNOME Shares Designs for a Native Camera App

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The GNOME connection is even evident on the desktop thanks to the increased use of libhandy, an open source library that helps developers craft responsive GTK apps e.g., Lollypop,). These look like proper desktop apps on a regular screen but squish down nicely when used on a mobile one.

What do both a phone and desktop have in common? A camera!

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