I am no one important, but a comment or two.
1) Recently found this great extension that lets you resize the Qlik Sense grid - both increasing the number of snap boxes but also extending the canvas to allow for Infographic-type dashboards:
2) I'd be curious to hear about your need for a native app. While apps can be nice, I find with BI products it is much more important to have full functionality on mobile instead. Most apps out there really pull back on the functionality available. And I've been blown away with how great Qlik Sense is on mobile when simply connecting to the Hub via Safari (for example). The full build functionality is much better then I've seen with other vendors.
3) I find that changing fonts and such is generally available in some extension. Tables have been the largest area where this hasn't been possible I think, but Vizlib just came out with a great new table extension:
Thanks for your reply.
In short, my native requirements comes from the our Qlikview background. Over time that was build and released to do pretty much everything anyone required, including fancy stuff some of us never actually used. But it also looked good if you designed something well. A bit more customisation is what I am after I guess.
As good as the interactivity and mobile tech is with Sense, I still get requests for PowerPoint outputs, which then need to be laminated and bound and sent out to clients.....and with PowerPoint outputs we have standard corporate formatting with numerous colours and fonts to be applied etc....
I am also trying to get my MI/BI super users 'self serving'. And some of them think that Sense is good, but not as good looking as their static filtered Excel sheets which they can format and colour and font change..and a few of them have now found Power BI add-ons to play with, which has not helped.....
Thanks for the grid resizing and table extensions. VizLab stuff is pretty decent to be fair.
I agree with - Ihor Ostapchuk: QS was designed to be open for UI improvements via custom extensions.. And their installations are much easier than installing "Sense-out-of-the-box", IMHO....
PowerBI looks like a good tool with some potential, but it's a bit immature product... QS is getting better and still has some advantages over competitors in terms of Large Data performance... Yes, UI is not QS's best feature, but 99% of my clients were satisfied with existing components (~30% of them are custom extensions from the Branch or home-developped)....
Just my $0.02...