Twitter Lite, the social networking service’s new web-based mobile app, works fantastically on the desktop. If you use Google Chrome on Linux, and you happen to be a big Twitter user, here’s a neat little tip. […]
GNOME Web, also known as 'Epiphany', now allows system web apps to run on other Linux desktops, positioning the app as a rival to Electron.
If you use an Ubuntu Phone: it just got a bit harder to keep in touch with your Facebook buddies.
Am I the only person who misses Unity web apps? The feature debuted in the Ubuntu 12.10 release and was, in my opinion, far ahead of its time. With a single broad stroke Ubuntu 12.10 took the web from being confined in a browser to an integral […]
It's not everyone's cup of joe, but Microsoft Office and its family of finicky file formats are a mainstay of many working and educational environments — for better or worse.
The popular Messaging client WhatsApp will be available on Mozilla's Firefox OS before the end of the year, according to one Spanish carrier.
'Feedly Unity Webapp' inserts your Feedly feed counts into the Ubuntu Messaging Menu, and displays an unread total badge on its Unity Launcher item.
Two web-apps are on-course to come pre-installed with Ubuntu 12.10: Amazon.com and Ubuntu One Music Store. Their addition is enabled by the introduction of integrated web app support in Ubuntu - an innovative feature that allows websites to "interact" with the Ubuntu desktop.
f you've installed the preview release of Unity Web Apps in Ubuntu 12.04 or 12.10 you may be wondering what sites are already supported. To help you explore the exciting opportunities that the Unity Web API brings, here is an exhaustive list of websites that are currently supported out of the box in Unity WebApps.
So you've read about Ubuntu's innovative new web apps feature that integrates websites with the Ubuntu desktop but what you really want to know is how you can try it, right? Well here's how.
Popular Mac web app maker 'Fluid' is getting a Linux sibling - albeit unofficially - thanks to an app submitted as part of the Ubuntu App Showdown contest.
The 'Ribbon' interface Microsoft introduced with Office 2007 provided an innovative approach to the use and layout of toolbars in applications. Following the release, OpenOffice toyed with the idea of creating a similar 'tabbed toolbar' concept for use with its own office suite. Whilst the mock-ups and discussions never bore much in the way of fruit for OpenOffice the idea of a 'ribbon' for use in open-sources apps hasn't been abandoned.