The sound of reason. Listen @BurgersNFries, for a hipster company toting tote bags for hundreds of dollars and a plethora of other useless, expensive, shiny, Apple inspired design concepts, the company's "business" decision not to roll out a Linux API is a stupid one. If the company has the time and resources to design shiny paperweight, then doubtless they have the ability to conduct business fairly and give users/consumers what they actually want, i.e., Linux client. It certainly wouldn't be rocket science to port the client code for the Unix based OS X app into one that is compatible with recent Linux distributions. Frankly, what you call hashed & rehashed is an insult to the intelligence of millions of people, many of which have adopted to use this product and are asking for a completely rational improvement.