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Native client for Sailfish OS


  • Starting from version 0.1.10 Storeman uses Sailfish Secrets for authorization. It can be quite buggy, so please let me known if you have any troubles with authorization
  • If you have any troubles with installing, removing or updating packages after the system upgrade try to run devel-su pkcon refresh in the terminal app
  • Storeman can still be unstable! Application name does not affiliated to any other software

Current features:

  • List recently updated applications
  • List installed applications
  • List, add/remove, enable/disable repositories
  • Show applications info similar to the official Jolla store client
  • Install/remove applications
  • All lists are scrollable, data is loaded in the background
  • Search for applications
  • Authorize to using Sailfish Secrets for secure storing of credentials
  • Comment, reply to comments, edit and delete own comments for apps
  • Use button panel to add HTML tags when typing comments (hint: select text and then click a button to wrap it with a tag)
  • Tap on the "Reply to" label on the comments list to navigate to the original comment
  • List categories and apps by categories
  • Hide any categories of applications
  • Show categories on the applications page - tap a category label to show all related applications
  • Initial support for apps bookmarks (offline only)
  • Initial support for backups (offline only)
  • Rate applications
  • Find and manage local RPM files

Report an issue:



Application versions: 
File harbour-storeman-0.1.8-1.armv7hl.rpm302.35 KB04/01/2020 - 09:31
File harbour-storeman-0.1.8-1.i486.rpm323.64 KB04/01/2020 - 09:31
File harbour-storeman-0.1.9-1.armv7hl.rpm303.47 KB18/06/2020 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.1.9-1.i486.rpm338.95 KB18/06/2020 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.1.10-1.armv7hl.rpm305.14 KB30/06/2020 - 00:09
File harbour-storeman-0.1.10-1.i486.rpm341.5 KB30/06/2020 - 00:09
File harbour-storeman-0.1.11-1.armv7hl.rpm306.8 KB19/08/2020 - 22:09
File harbour-storeman-0.1.11-1.i486.rpm343.16 KB19/08/2020 - 22:09
File harbour-storeman-0.1.12-2.armv7hl.rpm309.2 KB22/08/2020 - 15:52
File harbour-storeman-0.1.12-2.i486.rpm345.78 KB22/08/2020 - 15:52
File harbour-storeman-0.2.0-1.armv7hl.rpm304.74 KB22/09/2020 - 23:56
File harbour-storeman-0.2.0-1.i486.rpm340.12 KB22/09/2020 - 23:56
File harbour-storeman-0.2.1-1.armv7hl.rpm307.81 KB24/09/2020 - 10:43
File harbour-storeman-0.2.1-1.i486.rpm343.44 KB24/09/2020 - 10:43
File harbour-storeman-0.2.3-1.sfos3_.2.armv7hl.rpm309.91 KB29/11/2020 - 14:07
File harbour-storeman-0.2.3-1.sfos3_.2.i486.rpm331.73 KB29/11/2020 - 14:07
File harbour-storeman-0.2.3-1.sfos3_.3.armv7hl.rpm312.4 KB29/11/2020 - 14:07
File harbour-storeman-0.2.3-1.sfos3_.3.i486.rpm347.94 KB29/11/2020 - 14:07
File harbour-storeman-0.2.3-1.sfos3_.4.armv7hl.rpm312.5 KB29/11/2020 - 14:07
File harbour-storeman-0.2.3-1.sfos3_.4.i486.rpm347.36 KB29/11/2020 - 14:07
File harbour-storeman-0.2.5-1.sfos3_.2.armv7hl.rpm313.11 KB22/03/2021 - 23:06
File harbour-storeman-0.2.5-1.sfos3_.2.i486.rpm335.14 KB22/03/2021 - 23:06
File harbour-storeman-0.2.5-1.sfos3_.3.armv7hl.rpm315.79 KB22/03/2021 - 23:06
File harbour-storeman-0.2.5-1.sfos3_.3.i486.rpm350.68 KB22/03/2021 - 23:06
File harbour-storeman-0.2.5-1.sfos4_.0.armv7hl.rpm315.57 KB22/03/2021 - 23:06
File harbour-storeman-0.2.5-1.sfos4_.0.i486.rpm350.83 KB22/03/2021 - 23:06
File harbour-storeman-0.2.5-1.sfos4_.0.aarch64.rpm328.81 KB22/03/2021 - 23:06
File harbour-storeman-0.2.7-1.sfos3_.2.armv7hl.rpm319.63 KB09/06/2021 - 01:59
File harbour-storeman-0.2.7-1.sfos3_.2.i486.rpm341.13 KB09/06/2021 - 01:59
File harbour-storeman-0.2.7-1.sfos3_.3.armv7hl.rpm322.96 KB09/06/2021 - 01:59
File harbour-storeman-0.2.7-1.sfos3_.3.i486.rpm357.78 KB09/06/2021 - 01:59
File harbour-storeman-0.2.7-1.sfos4_.1.aarch64.rpm334.68 KB09/06/2021 - 01:59
File harbour-storeman-0.2.7-1.sfos4_.1.armv7hl.rpm322.95 KB09/06/2021 - 01:59
File harbour-storeman-0.2.7-1.sfos4_.1.i486.rpm357.76 KB09/06/2021 - 01:59
File harbour-storeman-0.2.8-1.sdk3_.2.1.20.armv7hl.rpm320.13 KB21/07/2021 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.2.8-1.sdk3_.2.1.20.i486.rpm2.84 MB21/07/2021 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.2.8-2.sdk3_.3.0.14.armv7hl.rpm322.84 KB21/07/2021 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.2.8-2.sdk3_.3.0.14.i486.rpm3.37 MB21/07/2021 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.2.8-2.sdk4_.1.0.24.aarch64.rpm322.36 KB21/07/2021 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.2.8-2.sdk4_.1.0.24.armv7hl.rpm322.57 KB21/07/2021 - 00:55
File harbour-storeman-0.2.8-2.sdk4_.1.0.24.i486.rpm3.37 MB21/07/2021 - 00:55

2021-07-20 • 0.2.8

  • Fix busy indicator on the app list page remains active after pkcon action finishes
  • Allow to set the update interval up to 48 hours
  • Fix backing up and restoring bookmarks
  • Animate removal of backup items
  • Update translations

Full changelog.


Alex's picture

Bug report:
If there are several application updates available and you manually update one app using the pulley menu inside its application page, then this will install ALL available app updates instead of just the intended one.

folaht's picture


  • Jolla Version 3.20
  • Sony Xperia XA2 Plus

I just installed Sailfish and the first thing I did was trying to figure out how to get Qwant & Duckduckgo as my search engines on my browser and ended up here.

Is this supposed to be in the Jolla store?

I can't find it.

szopin's picture

Install storeman to have an app that makes installing from openrepos easier (will automatically install dependencies if an app requires them, so you don't have to manually dl/install each rpm) and then for ddg and qwant you probably want this:

Pohli's picture

No option to update OSM Scout Server from 1.14.2 to latest 1.15.5. Is this a bug or is it some kind of protection from Storeman as latest version should not work on older SFOS versions (I'm on

olf's picture


  1. Do read at the right place:
    NB! For SFOS <=3.0.2.x users - do not upgrade here to versions >=1.14.3. Use OBS instead:
  2. Do not upgrade beyond OSM Scout Server 1.14.5 on SailfishOS < 3.0.2 and keep your map files:
osetr's picture

Did you try to run `pkcon get-updates`?

Pohli's picture

Just tried: [nemo@Sailfish ~]$ pkcon get-updates
Getting updates
Refreshing software list
There are no updates available at this time.

olf's picture

... which is correct, as there is nothing to update to from OpenRepos with OSM Scout Server 1.14.2 installed on SailfishOS < 3.0.2.

Please do research and read first, before asking (and thereby stealing others' time).

yusssufff's picture

Hi Osetr!

i cant manage to dowload an app from within storeman... storeman says : an error occured, file './drpms/droid-hal-version... was not not found on medium

any idea?

thanks a lot!!

osetr's picture

devel-su pkcon refresh as always after an OS upgrade

Bocephus's picture

Still suffering from the issue where when many updates are available, choosing to update one separate application updates all of them...

sez_'s picture

any chance to be installed on xperia x? aarch64?

olf's picture


All SailfishOS releases for ARM comprise only ARMv7 binaries to date.
Hence SailfishOS on ARMv8 CPUs also uses solely ARMv7 application binaries.

Alex's picture

Hey @osetr,
I am unable to log into my Openrepos account using my email because I am unable to write/paste dots/periods.

obexd_contentfilter_olf's picture

Just use your login name.

glanternier's picture

Hello, now that there is an "adult content " section, would it be possible to create a filter that could be activated / deactivated in the settings?

glanternier's picture

Great !

yusssufff's picture

hi! i did install storeman. then i decided to erase it (mostly cause its a recomanded thing to do before a sailfish update...). But now that the app is erased, i can still find traces of it in the file browser (Such as ssu_openepos-oestr_release... or other files seemingly connected to the zypp file). the file browser refuses to allow me to erase these files even if the app is already erased, writing 'permission denied'.without being a developper and opening the terminal, how could i simply clean my phone from those left over files?thanks a lot.

osetr's picture

You don't need to delete Storeman before upgrade. Just disable the openrepos repositories. To clean your phone you need to delete all the third-party repositories.

olf's picture

Original post.
Some answers:

  • There is no need to disable OpenRepos' repositories before upgrading SailfishOS since SailfishOS 1.0.4.
  • There is also need to be worried about the "leftovers". Some are intentional (e.g. configuration data, so you do not have to reconfigure it, when deciding to reinstall it), some are "natural" (e.g. a repository entry is not deleted unless you command so, either in Storeman or per SSU). As some thousand Storeman users obviously experienced no issues with that (including me), it is extremely unlikely that you might.
  • There may be "leftovers" after uninstalling, which are oversights. If you think you found one, please name it explicitly with a description how exactly you installed and uninstalled the software. With this information you may open an issue at GitHub (see web-links in Storeman's description above).
osetr's picture

Thank you for good answers!

yusssufff's picture

Thanks for the explainations....

What would you suggest me do to about those type of leftovers as found by the File Browser:

"openrepos-osetr" in /home/.pk-zypp-dist-upgrade-cache/packages

"openrepos-osetr" in /home/.pk-zypp-dist-upgrade-cache/raw

"openrepos-osetr" in /home/.pk-zypp-dist-upgrade-cache/solv

"openrepos-osetr" in /var/cache/zypp/solv

olf's picture

These are just cached files by zypper / libzypp.

DameCENO's picture

But funny enough it only doesn't occur when I comment on this very app, other ones have the same effect every time, app crashes but saves the comment

olf's picture
DameCENO's picture

Hi and thanks for our only openrepos manager on Sailfish.
Just wanted to report that the bug of crashing the app after every comment still persists

2byOrNot2Be's picture

Error occured.

File './noarch/droid-system-packager-0.1.9-1.2.1.jolla.noarch.rpm'not found on medium ''

Yes, it's a JP-1301. What's to to?