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## Next Steps

Having a keyboard has improved the experience of using the PinePhone a lot. Not only because physical keyboards are nice, but also because a lot of app haven't been fully optimized for the mobile Linux desktop yet. For example, on the PinePhone, Firefox is just the desktop version with some tweaks. It gets the job done, but having access to all the keyboard shortcuts makes it a lot more usable.
Having a keyboard has improved the experience of using the PinePhone a lot. Not only because physical keyboards are nice, but also because a lot of apps haven't been fully optimized for the mobile Linux desktop yet. For example, on the PinePhone, Firefox is just the desktop version with some tweaks. It gets the job done, but having access to all the keyboard shortcuts makes it a lot more usable.

The more I use the keyboard, the more stuff I wish I could do with it. It makes me want to get rid of the home screen entirely and use a tiling window manager - and luckily, it seems like this is exactly what [SXMO/SWMO](https://sxmo.org/) is. I'll have to give it a try sometime in the future, it seems like the keyboard is perfect for that kind of interface.