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UbuntuOne Files: Connecting Your Android Phone and Ubuntu PC

Written on July 12, 2011 by Adam Eve

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You can now bridge the gap between your Android phone and Ubuntu PC with the UbuntuOne Files cloud service.

While every major platform has a cloud solution, Linux Ubuntu is not an exception. With UbuntuOne evolving as a worthy Dropbox alternative, Android users can now download their UbuntuOne Files to their PC.

To clear things out, the UbuntuOne cloud service does not require an Ubuntu PC. It can work with Windows PC or Mac, but it performs best with the Linux OS. It also provides a seamless folder and file management experience for Ubuntu users. You can download the UbuntuOne Files app at the Android Market, giving you an immediate access to the files stored in your UbuntuOne cloud account. The app has a built-in photo viewer, and hands off other file formats to its default viewer.

If you have a premium UbuntuOne account, you can also add its music app to stream songs from your account to your phone. Are you using your UbuntuOne Files already? Feel free to share your impressions on this new Android app at the comments.

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