The eagerly-anticipated Ubuntu Touch brings one of the world's most powerful open source operating systems to a whole new world of devices: tablets, smartphones, and beyond. Ubuntu Touch is the first and only comprehensive introduction to Canonical's exciting new mobile operating system. Perfect for everyone from adventurous early adopters to developers and support professionals, it will be especially valuable to the millions of open source aficionados who've made Ubuntu the #1 desktop distribution of Linux. Best-selling author and influential tech blogger Mike McCallister covers all this, and more: * Getting started with Ubuntu Touch, and navigate its unique, button-less interface * Installing Ubuntu Touch on an Android device (including setting up dual-boot) * What Android, iOS, and Windows Phone users need to know to get productive fast * Using Ubuntu Touch's "Core Apps": Calendar, To-Dos, Reminders, and more * Setting up email accounts and RSS feeds * Using productivity tools, from LibreOffice to PDF readers * Connecting to Ubuntu One Music, Ubuntu TV, YouTube, and other media resources * Socializing on Facebook * Finding the best third-party apps (since there's no specific Ubuntu Touch store) * Managing your files locally and through Ubuntu One's cloud storage * Getting help, troubleshoot problems, and connect with the worldwide Ubuntu community * Getting started developing native or HTML5 apps for Ubuntu TouchVom Verlag:
If you are an Ubuntu enthusiast who eschews the OS that came with your smartphone or tablet in favor of Ubuntu OS, Ubuntu Touch: Using the Ubuntu OS on your Smartphone or Tablet is for you. This book begins by introducing experienced smartphone users to Ubuntu Touch. You will drive around the unique, buttonless user interface, and migrate to Ubuntu Touch. You will learn the main differences between Ubuntu Touch, the Apple iOS, and Android environments.The next section of the book focuses on apps and functionality. This section also covers downloading and installing a variety of independent apps. The book ends with advice and tips to answer the question "What do I do next?" As with all open-source projects, anyone can participate. From reporting bugs to developing apps, these chapters will offer a brief introduction to the larger Ubuntu community. This includes getting help, troubleshooting problems, and connecting with the larger Ubuntu community. With a focus on advanced users and the technically adept, the chapter on developing apps will get an extended treatment.
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