Scrcpy is a super-useful Android mirroring tool for desktop PCs. The tool gains physical keyboards simulation and a high-res app icon in the latest update.
A redesigned version of the KDE Connect Android app is rolling out now on the Google Play Store. KDE Connect 1.17, which will likely come to F-Droid shortly, gives the app a bright, clean makeover […]
Linux Mint's Warpinator app is now available on Android. The open source tool make it easy to transfer files between devices without the internet.
Fxtec's Pro1-X is the first smartphone available with Lineage OS preinstalled. The Pro1-X also boasts a physical QWERTY keyboard and supports Ubuntu Touch.
A new version of Scrcpy, the terrifically easy way to mirror your Android smartphone on your desktop and interact with it, is out.
GloDroid is a project that wants to bring a fully open source version of Android 10 to low-cost devices including the Orange Pi, PinePhone and PineTab.
Dream of turning your Android phone or Raspberry Pi into a fully-fledged laptop? Well, with the all-new NexDock Touch you can! Like the original NexDock the new model is a 14.1-inch laptop shell, complete with […]
If you read this blog regularly enough you’ll be familiar with scrcpy, an ace root-free way to mirror your Android smartphone on your Ubuntu desktop and interact with it. Scrcpy is free, it’s open source, […]
Handy mobile tool scrcpy app gains rotation locking and improved quality on smaller displays through trilinear filtering in its latest release.
Collabora Office is a free office app for Android and iOS based on LibreOffice, making it the closet thing to LibreOffice for Android.
Most of us are familiar with the idea of streaming music and content on our phones, thanks to services like Spotify and Netflix — but what about apps?
Google wants to bring Android "as close as possible" to the mainline Linux kernel, stabilising the kernel ABI and making hardware support modular.