If you follow Linux news enthusiastically, you might have come across a new name recently: JingOS.
It is a new Linux distribution designed for touch devices. It can also be used as a regular desktop operating system on non-touch devices.
JingPad: The first impression
JingOS: Experience the user interface
The JingOS will immediately remind you of iOS or Deepin OS, whichever you prefer. The interface is clean and the 2K display makes things look pretty.
There are row of application icons and a dock at the bottom. Swiping up from the bottom brings an activity area displaying all the running applications. From here, you can drag an application upward to close it. Touching the trash will close all the running applications. To minimize an application, you have to swipe from right to left.