Trying Ubuntu Touch on your smartphone or tablet was made much easier recently, with the launch of a new dual-boot mode that enables Canonical's mobile OS to be installed alongside Android.
Canonical have announced a new dual boot mode for using Ubuntu Touch and Android on the same device.
A new application is aiming to help Ubuntu One users access their files on more platforms – including Ubuntu Touch.
Here's something for the impatient but excited Ubuntu Touch fans amongst you: an Ubuntu Touch lock-screen for Android.
A native Android sidebar and several reader-requested features are available in the latest update to our Android application.
The Humble Bundle with Android 6 has launched, bringing with it a selection of games for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android. The drill, as always, remains the same: the Humble folks have some games and you […]
We updated our Android application yesterday with a few fixes and new features that some of you have been requesting.
Ubuntu Touch has a number of neat interface elements, one of which is its sidebar launcher. And a new Android app offers users the chance to add it to their homescreens...
Whatever the reason you want to return to the familiarity and functionality of Android - and, yes, WhatsApp withdrawal, Intagram-itis, or the Snapseed shakes are all legitimate reasons - we're here to talk you through how to do it.
With the Ubuntu Touch Preview images now available I predict that, round about now, your temptation is buckling under the temptation to try it out. Well here's how!
Being Linux users, we're fans of choice. And one of the choices that we think our readers deserve is a way to read our posts whilst on the move...
Who ever decreed that 'patience is a virtue' clearly underestimated the power of 'want' when faced with an Ubuntu Phone.