Jolla, a Finnish company founded by ex-Nokians to further develop MeeGo OS, released the biggest update since the launch of Sailfish 3. The update Sailfish 3.1 is named Sailfish OS Seitseminen, after a Finnish national park some 50km away from Jolla’s HQ in Tampere. This update brings redesigns to core apps such as People, Phone, Messages, and Clock. Also, Jolla improved other apps like Document viewers, Email, Calendar, Dual SIM Card viewer information and Gallery gestures. These changes will make the use of Sailfish OS more intuitive.
The main goal is to use Sailfish running devices with gestures to make the phone more usable and its design simple. Additionally, Jolla introduced a file system encryption support which will be available for all users in the future. The users of Xperia XA2 will be able to use a fingerprint reader.
Another good news is that with this update the Sailfish X for Xperi XA2 has matured out of a beta, so now you can enjoy in a fully stable version of Sailfish OS.
For more details about the update, its changes and other features, check the official Jolla blog.