Meet Anbox, a novel new way to run Android apps on the Linux desktop. “Anbox puts the Android operating system into a container, abstracts hardware access and integrates core system services into a GNU Linux system. […]
Android is now the world's most popular operating system, having beaten Microsoft Windows in worldwide marketshare for the very first time.
Ubports developer Marius Grispgård has revealed that he's working on a way to run Android apps on Ubuntu Phone using Sfdroid.
Using KDE Connect on Ubuntu you can send files from your phone to your Ubuntu PC, see Android notifications, sync clipboard and a whole lot more.
We list 7 open source Android apps Linux loving users will want on their phones, including a free weather app and podcast client.
The first stable release of KDE Connect is available for download. The tool lets you see Android notifications on your Linux desktop, among other features.
You'll shortly be able to view your Android notifications on the GNOME desktop thanks to a new application in development.
Google recently announced the first set of Android apps available to run natively on Chrome OS, a feat made possible using a new 'Android Runtime' extension.
If you're looking to give your Android device an "ooh" makeover, check out the free Suru Android icons pack from Moka.
A new version of KDE Connect for Android and the Plasma desktop has been released and adds a number of new features, including file sending.
A recent bug report filed against the Ubuntu website claims that Ubuntu for Android, first demoed in 2012, is 'no longer in development'.
The first pair of Ubuntu phones will be priced at $200 to $400, Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, the company developing the mobile OS, has said.