Many new mobile plateform will or already use Qt as their framework for applications: Ubuntu, SailfishOS, BlackBerry, NemoMobile. Also Qt5 should be also available soon on Android. Code once, run everywhere!
As you probably know, currently Python Binding PySide aren't available for Qt5, and will probably never been available.
There is PyQt of course, but the licence is GPL. So some people come with an other way of using python with QML PyOtherSide : Using python module directly from QML.
This is currently an experiment, but i ve forked it and added threaded calls, and managment of exceptions. And i ve try it with a experimental version of KhtNotes :
As you can see startup time is really better than any python apps importing PySide.
Sources of my PyOtherSide with threaded call
Thanks to thp for initial version !
Thursday 01 August 2013 Qt, Python, Qt5, PyOtherSide