Unrivaled in scope and tone, OMG! Ubuntu! is a leading voice in the Linux community.
With OMG! Ubuntu! for Android you'll get the same great content from our site - but on the go, when you want it.
* Push notifications of new articles
* Star your favorite articles to read later
* Offline reading
* Unread-only view
* Browse by categories
* Homescreen, Lockscreen & Dashclock widgets
Visit us at http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk, on Twitter (@omgubuntu), or Google+ at http://google.com/+omgubuntu
Application designed by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and built by Sam Tran.
- notifications for the latest WebUpd8 articles and YouTube videos
- star articles
- multiple views
- unread articles view
- multiple widgets
- share articles
- alternative dark & light themes
- store articles for offline reading
- integrated web view of our mobile website
- no ads
- lots more
Keywords: ubuntu, unity, ubuntu touch, phone, linux, gnome shell, xfce, free / libre open source software
-Stay up to date with the latest articles from OMG! Ubuntu!
-Share articles via Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Email and more
-Use swiping gestures to change articles
-Cache the articles for offline reading
-Gallery-style article viewing mode
-Filter articles into "latest" and "unread" mode
-Mark "Star" on your favorite articles
Fuentes de Temática General:
-El blog de danitxu
-El rey en el norte
-El tux Angelverde
-La leyenda de Tux
-Pillate un Linux
Fuentes de Android:
Fuentes de Debian:
-Un bruto con debian
Fuentes de Fedora:
Fuentes de KDE:
Fuentes de Ubuntu:
Tags: FreeWorld, Free World, Mundo Libre, Software libre, Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora, Android, KDE, Debian,
If you are looking for an intuitive, bandwidth-friendly way to browse the website, then this is the app for you.
Begin by browsing the list of recent articles and you will be sure to find something interesting to read. The 2buntu app also allows you to view comments that have been posted for an article and add your own comments.
But that's not all - you will also receive notifications when new articles are posted so you never have to worry about missing anything. The refresh interval is now configurable and can be set as low as fifteen minutes.
You can also share links to articles directly from the application!