Er... Maybe the mobility apis are a sort of, you know, add-on, instead of a replacement? So, you've got what Qt offers (strings, data structures, push buttons, xml, threading, networking, concurrency, styling, whatever), and then you get additional finger-food widgets, addressbook, geolocation etc. api's. Sort of complementary, but all designed with the same fastidious api principles so the principle of least surprise holds through the sdk.
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