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.
Minor customisation options have been added to Ubuntu Phone Live Wallpaper - an Android app that apes the look of the Ubuntu mobile lock screen.
Although it will be a month or so before we can get our hands on an image of the Ubuntu Phone, Android developers have already been making apps using design elements from it...
If you're not too germophobic or if you like playing God, at the microcosmic level, then you’ll enjoy this microbial puzzle-game. Indie game developer Cipher Prime Studios, bring players into the world of the microscopic. Splice requires players to pull-apart and reconstruct increasingly complex strands of microbes.
A new lens for Ubuntu 12.04 lets you search through Google Play catalog of apps, books and movies straight from Unity Dash.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: I never tire of seeing Ubuntu for Android in action. Lucky for me then that a new video of this very thing has surfaced online.
I’m fan of automation, as well as simplicity and as much as I tend to complicate my own life I generally enjoy making life easier for others.
They're best known for making Ubuntu laptops and PCs but ZaReason are about to dip their toes into fresh waters with the launch of a tablet. But, unlike the rest of their hardware line up, the 'ZaTab' doesn't come with Ubuntu but the tried-and-tested tablet Android 4.0 operating system.