Scrcpy lets you view your phone screen on the Linux desktop and interact with it using a mouse and keyboard. The app is free and open-source.
Purism announce a suite of privacy focused mobile apps for Android and iOS devices, including a encrypted VPN and chat client, and a private e-mail service.
SPURV is a new open-source project that can run Android apps on Linux desktops, with full support for native hardware features like graphics acceleration.
Drama over: Google has whitelisted the KDE Connect Android app, allowing it to continue to provide SMS and call log integration to Linux users.
Google removed the official KDE Connect Android app from the Play Store, citing policy restrictions on apps that access SMS and call logs.
It’s been another busy month in the land of Linux app and distro releases. In this post we roundup some of the latest and more notable updates. We take in a pair of popular operating […]
Learn how to connect your Android phone to Ubuntu using GSConnect to transfer files, see notifications, or use your phone touchscreen as a mouse.
Do you dream of being able to use an Android phone as a Linux PC when connected to a big screen and full-size keyboard? If so, you’re gonna love Samsung. The South Korean tech giant […]
If you've been itching to learn more about the Samsung 'Linux on Galaxy' project you need to watch this video, in which Samsung demos the tech to Android developers.
It could soon be possible to run Linux apps on a Chromebook without jumping through hoops. Recent commits to the Chrome OS source code suggests that Google is preparing to introduce support for virtual machines, […]
If you’re struggling to mount your Android phone on Ubuntu you might want to give Android File Transfer for Linux a try. Effectively it’s a clone of Google’s Android File Transfer app for macOS. It’s built with Qt, […]
The SuperTuxKart Android release is go! You can now play the famous open-source kart racing game on your phone, tablet or compatible Chromebook.