KDE has started the Shashlik project, with which they intend that Android applications can be run on GNU / Linux distributions. Until now this could be done with some closed source solutions or using virtual machines, but now thanks to the guys at KDE we will also have this great alternative.
Shashlik will be free, open and free, which will include a series of Android systems and frameworks to make it possible for native apps to run on our distro. This is how the project was presented at Akademy 2015, although we know little more about it, we hope it will be very helpful.
It seems that the project is quite advanced and when we have new news about the launch date we will give it, for now we have to wait ... Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen is the leader of the Shashlik projectAs you may know, he is a programmer for the Blue Systems company, a German company that is heavily involved in the development of KDE.
And that is a great step forward, not only for those who use distributions such as Ubuntu, openSUSE, Linux Mint, Debian, etc., which will be able to run all the apps available for Android, but it will be crucial for the development and competitiveness of mobile operating systems such as Ubuntu Touch, Tizen , Salifih and Firefox OS, all of them with Linux kernel and that will be able to have all the apps available for Android and this will no longer be a problem due to the lack of software ...