Some 300 native applications are said to be in the process of moving to Solaris x86.
Vendors cannot afford to develop native applications for each platform.
One can paint as if it is a native application.
The motivation behind the development was to provide native educational application for Linux.
When you're running a native application, it takes up a lot of memory, too.
And yet, all those same limitations remain present, even for 64-bit native applications.
Launched in November 2012, the native applications are free with an option to upgrade.
A wrapper can be written for each of the third party functions and used in the native application.
The whole experience feels pleasantly like using a native application.
This service is available from a smartphone as a native mobile application.