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Join ICAA with Nomad so ICAA is then Nomad for Windows

The more use of smart device features we make in our apps like GPS, compass or Camera, the more windows users are out of the game although these devices have the same capability (or at least similar).

ICAA for Windows and Nomad for IOS/Android is no good platform independent strategy.

I would prefer to call HCL Nomad the new Notes Client "light" and would like to see it on all platforms.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    July 17, 2018 02:29

    What would be the difference to the Notes Basic client which exists today?

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    July 17, 2018 18:10

    I think the need is for Nomad to also run inside a Web browser to handle situations in which a Notes client (or ICAA) is not installed on a computer. The Notes Basic client and ICAA usually require some level of corporate adoption to get access. Users don't care for that. They just want to be able to download and install software quickly (once) to access an application. A browser plugin option for Nomad provides that.  

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    July 19, 2018 07:52

    @thomas: It would be light, fast and runs on windows as well as ios and android tablets the same way, also using the smart device features like GPS, camera and compass.