Ubuntu One is now formally in shut-down. You have until July 31 to grab your files or they will be lost forever.
Canonical has begun sending e-mails to users of the Ubuntu One file service informing them of the impending shut down.
Be honest: news that Canonical is shuttering its Ubuntu One cloud storage service came as a shock, right? But which alternatives are worth pursuing? Let's take a look.
A number of users are reporting issues with Ubuntu One, the cloud storage service provided by Canonical and installed by default on the Ubuntu desktop.
A new application is aiming to help Ubuntu One users access their files on more platforms – including Ubuntu Touch.
Ubuntu One login has been added to the the system installer of Ubuntu 13.10.
'Ubuntu Single Sign On' and 'Ubuntu Pay' are to be rebranded under the 'Ubuntu One' moniker in an attempt to avoid confusion amongst users.
The Ubuntu One Music Store is to be removed from Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10 and 13.04 in favour of the online store.
Some Ubuntu One users are experiencing issues with extra storage earned as part of the Ubuntu One Referrals programme.