A beta build of Ubuntu One for OS X has been released by the Ubuntu One team. The team say that the client will 'give all users regardless of platform, access to all the great benefits of Ubuntu One." Its' release means that all three major desktop OSes are now able to use Ubuntu One.
Ubuntu's online 'Music Store' is available to access online from today. The store front, which is powered by online music retailer 7Digital, can be accessed from any web-browser on any device be it desktop or mobile.
Sharing your Ubuntu One files and folders has been made easier in Ubuntu 12.10. The Ubuntu One desktop application has bene fitted out with a new section titled "Share Links".
Mac users wanting to use Ubuntu One on their desktops now have a solution...
How does 25GB of free Ubuntu One storage sound to you? Well that's the total space on offer for free Ubuntu One accounts as part of the Ubuntu one referral scheme.
If you're an iPhone user who uses Ubuntu One then the following new App might be of interest. WebNotes is a note-taking application for iOS (nothing special about that) that uses Ubuntu One as its sync service (something very special about that).
Thunderbird 15 Beta 1 left the hatchery last week, bringing with it the first iteration of Mozilla's new theme (codenamed 'australis') and Ubuntu One support for file attachement.
The option to import and sync your Facebook contacts with Ubuntu One account has been switched off, Ubuntu One have today announced.
Buying additional storage space or purchasing an on-the-go music streaming subscription from Ubuntu One has just gotten easier. The Canonical-owned service has added support for payment by PayPal to the checkout options for all of its packages.
Ubuntu One users who also happen to own a Nokia N9 don’t need to go without on-the-go access to their files for much longer. Ubuntu One developer Stuart Langridge has published initial work on an unofficial […]
The Ubuntu One Files Android application has been updated with a handful of new options. Seamless sharing of uploaded files through GMail, Twitter, Facebook and other popular social apps has been added, as has the ability to cancel file uploading and downloading. But the headline 'feature' of this release is support for 'Auto-uploading' photos taken with Instagram - the insanely popular photo sharing social network.
Word on the winds is that Google will launching their own cloud storage service - called Google Drive - next week. But will it support Linux?