Ubuntu One for Mac OS X available for download (BETA stage)
Ubuntu ships by default Ubuntu One, a powerful versatile tool that allows users to save items in the cloud and sync them across multiple machines, while benefiting a full-fledged desktop integration (via Ubuntu One Control Panel, an application suitable for both observing files, folders, used space amount, etc, and also tweaking various configuration options).
It is a fact that Ubuntu One is primarily focused on Ubuntu, yet, the developers started (months ago) a serious work on enlarging Ubuntu One's usage and functionalities across multiple form factors and operating systems, including iOS, Android, Windows.
The development effort is definitely aimed at constant improvements and expansions, aspect proven (too) by the newly released Ubuntu One for Mac OS X, thus completing Ubuntu One's availability on the most relevant operating systems in the world.
Ubuntu One for Mac OS X is (at the moment) in a BETA stage, "as this is a beta we are still working hard fixing bugs to make the Mac client even slicker. Please be patient whilst we iron out the kinks over the coming weeks".
Complete installation details are available on http://voices.canonical.com/ubuntuone/2012/10/11/ubuntu-one-for-mac-os-x...
Ubuntu One for Mac OS X can be downloaded from https://one.ubuntu.com/mac/release
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