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Join Date: Jan 2011
Ubuntu One - 07-19-2011, 08:14 AM
Ubuntu is a "cloud" storage site somewhere in the sky, over England.
Whilst I think Google Plus might do similar things when it gets going, this is worth using in the meantime.
Ubuntu seems to be a bevy of different applications in Linux - on which android is based, as far as I know.
In any case, whoever runs Ubuntu (Canonical), is likely to be around for a very long time, so I am sure you can send your photos and files to their cloud, without worrying about them disappearing.
Anyhow, my photos in Gallery just went "poof",and were in the cloud in seconds. I set the system to automatically send any new photos to the cloud as soon as taken.
There is a little + sign when the application is open, to add other files.
As soon as you open Ubuntu, you see immediately details of your photos, etc. Press one to retrieve it.
You can access your photos etc. by phone or computer, anywhere in the world. You are given 2 GB of space in the cloud for free, and can buy more space.
As far as I know, the free space is not a trial.
Ubuntu One Personal Cloud the freedom to access and enjoy your content your wayUbuntu One’s files app for Android gives you the freedom to take your files, photos and more with you and access them on the fly. An Ubuntu One account is needed and you get the basics plus 2GB of storage for free. Once set up just simply download our free Android Files app and you can secure and manage your photos, files and folders directly from your phone anywhere in the world. Ubuntu One files app once installed will automatically back up photographs taken from Android phone camera directly to your Ubuntu One personal cloud. Giving you peace of mind knowing that all the photos on your mobile are backed up and available for you to share. To share simply tap and hold on a file or photo you want to share and instantly post it straight to Facebook, Twitter, or your blog.
If you need help or to report a problem please use the
Menu > Settings > 'Send feedback' option to contact us.
So, once having sent sent your files to the cloud, you can delete them from your SD card.
You will also find that Ubuntu has lots of other developer type apps on the Market.
And whilst checking Ubuntu via the link I provided, - visit the Developer's site for more details and FAQ.
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