Ubuntu One Files App for Android released
Canonical has just launched Ubuntu One Files App for Android, a new free open-source app that lets you access and download your files, photos, etc on the fly directly from your Android phone.
An interesting feature is the automatic upload of your pictures taken with your phone's camera directly to Ubuntu One, so, no more worries about losing your fresh taken pictures.
How do we install Ubuntu One Files App for Android?
Download the app from the Android Market.
So, Ubuntu One shows love only to Android?
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