Ubuntu has had an 'App store' capable of supporting paid applications for a good few months now: will we see some of the more popular cross-platform games and apps heading our way? It seems so.
Always Innovating's new Smart Book device is so much of everything that's it's almost hard to describe. Specs, video and order information are all inside. Prepare to "wow" a little...
Being a forgetful so-and-so I find Android Desktop Notifier to be an invaluable app. I do think it could be a little bit better though, and here's how.
The useful ‘Android Notifier’ application, which displays alerts and notifications from your Android device on your Ubuntu desktop, is a firm favourite with Android-using Ubuntu fans. Now the app has received some Faenza-love icons courtesy of reader Matt.
One of the criticisms Android has received plenty of flak for is its comparatively low battery life compared with other smartphones. Google blames it on third party applications, but I've found many other ways to improve your battery life without having to uninstall everything.
If you're one of the many people who use Tomboy notes to keep your life organized and under control, and you also have an Android phone to boot, you may enjoy Tomdroid - a free app available in the Android Market which syncs and displays your notes on your phone using Ubuntu One or Tomboy's Web Sync service.
Over the last few months we've seen plucky hackers porting Ubuntu to run on a slew of various devices - from iPod Touch to the Google Nexus One. Add the Samsung 'Vibrant' Android phone to this ever-burgeoning list thanks to jzero88 on the xda-developers forum, who has posted an easy-to-follow step-by-step guide for owners wishing to add some 'buntu love to their device.
Back in September we featured the extremely useful ‘Android Notifier’ application which displays alerts and notifications from your Android device on your Ubuntu desktop – making it a perfect addition to anyone with a penchant […]
OMG! Reader Nicholas Ipsen dropped by our inbox earlier today to show us some sweet Ubuntu font action in Android. As you might expect, the new font that Canonical contracted type foundry Dalton Maag to design looks brilliant on Google's mobile operating system. More screenshots after the jump.
A new mobile music streaming Android app from Ubuntu One has entered public beta testing. The app allows you to listen to music stored/synchronized in your Ubuntu One account ‘in the cloud’ directly on your […]
Save yourself the embarrassment of missing an important text or phone call when sat gazing at your Ubuntu desktop with the neato 'Android Notifer' application.
Errata: This an updated version of our previous post on the Android Application which wasn’t entirely clear about what was on offer. The Android application for Contact Sync is free – and always will be […]