Currently I use the web version and I adore it, but I would love a native Desktop app for Linux systems.
While I'm using Macintosh right now, I don't foresee continuing this way because I don't like the increasingly proprietary road that Apple is paving. For that reason I built a home-brew PC with parts ordered from NewEgg and run Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit edition. I see Linux as the future. I understand from our discussions that creating a Linux desktop app might be easy given that Dabble is based on the cross-platform Electron framework.
"Linux Desktop app" (suggested by Johannes Rexx on 2017-12-01), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
I run Linux on some of my PCs and it would be nice to have the option for a native app and local storage, although the web version runs amazingly well.
Plus it would give you an edge considering not many writing software actually have a native app for Linux, not even Scrivener. Consider for Android and iOS as well. Native apps help sometimes. I prefer writing on native apps rather than browsers.
Please add my vote for an app for Linux.
I've moved from Mac to Linux and don't plan to go back to Mac or Windows anytime soon. The webapp version is nice, but I would really love to have a desktop version to use.
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