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Ubuntu One

Ubuntu One

Ubuntu One was a popular backup and storage application and service operated by Canonical Ltd, the developers of Ubuntu.

Ubuntu One differentiated itself from other online backup solutions by concentrating on integrating itself with other services.

 Ubuntu One

Free Service
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Paid for Service
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Developer
Canonical Ltd

Website
one.ubuntu.com

System Requirements
Ubuntu 9.04 or higher

Support Sites:
Blog, Tutorials, FAQ, Identi.ca, Twitter, Facebook

Selected Reviews:
MakeTechEasier

Features included:

  • Dashboard offering handy tools
  • Personal cloud to store, sync, and share your files, contacts, bookmarks, and notes
  • Share folders with integration into the Ubuntu desktop
  • Web access to all of your synced content including view, upload, download and share
  • Publish files with short URLs
  • Sync folders
  • Integration with Nautilus makes uploading files seamless
  • Integration with Evolution for contacts
  • Integration with Tomboy - automatically synchronize with your personal cloud and your other computers
  • Edit contacts, as well as the Tomboy notes, online via the Ubuntu One Web interface
  • Automatically synchronize your Firefox bookmarks with your personal cloud
  • Unlimited computers
  • Ubuntu One Music Store which lets users purchase DRM-free songs and have them delivered directly to your personal cloud and synced to your computers
    • Integrated into Rhythmbox
    • Support for Banshee
    • No cloud storage limit for song purchases
    • 5 regional stores

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