And yet no Android version
They can slap it on an M1, yet cannot slap it on Android and run it on a tablet?
The problem here is Google's choices with Android:
No paged virtual memory support in Android, apps are limited to 512Mb heap, Windows had virtual memory since Windows 3.1 in 1992 FFS, so why not Android? You Google programmers know how to do a the super-fast paged heap garbage collector/compactor right? The type where you remap pages not copy bytes around? These are 64 bit processors now, you have all that address space to page into. You can make it faster AND support large memory models for apps in Android. I have a tablet in front of me that cost barely $150 and has 8GB RAM, and yet the OS on it lets me access 1/16th of that RAM! This needs fixed!
Android apps have a lifespan determined by Google code, not the user. So no "save work before exit?". That data you worked on all day? Poof and its gone when you switch apps.
Poor cross platform independence, all the crap of variable screen sizes is loaded onto the apps.
Piss poor stylus support. By default (excluding Samsung) you won't get hover events in Android, so apps cannot use stylus-Hover unless they're designed exclusively for Samsung devices.
Mouse events likewise not device independent, a click isn't downgraded to touch event if the app doesn't support clicks.
Some incredibly bad GUI design choices. Take a tablet it will usually be used in landscape, so its a letterbox with limited vertical screen space. So then someone decides to take the top part as the status bar, and the bottom part as the navigation bar. A big thick bar across the bottom with 3 pissy little buttons on it. So now your landscape tablet screen is even more letter box format! WHY?
You can hide the bars in an app, but that only really works if you hide top AND bottom together (your full screen mode puts the app interface under the status bar even if you're not going to hide the status bar) and those bars will pop straight back up when you tap the screen. You tap on the app to do something and the navigation bar pops right back up as if every tap means the user is finished with the app. This is a business app and you probably want the status bar there all the time, but the navigation buttons you only need when you're finished with the app..... and since they are designed to work on a phone in portrait, you could fit the navigation buttons on the middle of the status bar in when in landscape. There simply isn't a need to waste huge tracts of screen.
It should be trivial to port apps like Libre Office to Android and get them to work consistently, but it is not. Fix this.