Fizetős programok / Paid apps
- Fluendo DVD Player
- Quick ‘n Easy Web Builder
- Legend of Grimrock
- RC Mini Racers
- Filebot [ÚJ/NEW]
I’m excited about the work and just wanted to highlight it here. See the difference for yourself:
This hasn’t landed yet, but there is enough time before 13.04 that I’m confident it will make it.
A bit about what you’re seeing in that new view:
Across the latest weeks, step-by-step the developers unveiled the Ubuntu phone OS, allowing interested persons to observe swiping gestures, native applications, implemented lenses (such as the People lens), home screen, etc.
Furthermore, especially at CES 2013, the developers demoed interesting aspects of Ubuntu for phones, like for example, usable image-taking-capable camera, editing functionalities, (web-)browser, items proving that the innovative operating system has already received support for both commonly-used and complex activities.
Ubuntu Phone Clock is an interesting application that displays a clock inside the already known and appreciated Ubuntu for phones’ home screen-like shape.
Launching the application, exposes a fancy app view, containing a clock and constantly-changing background items.
The “clouds” are constantly rendered with new and new colors, action paired with a moving pointer and new behind-the-clock visual items.
By default, launching Ubuntu Phone Clock positions the time utility on the bottom-right corner.
Closing the application is as clicking on its x button.
While the time app can’t be dragged with the mouse pointer (only), holding the keyboard’s Alt button and dragging the app, allow the user to reposition it on per-user-preference desktop areas.
How do we install Ubuntu Phone Clock 0.1?
Add the following official PPA (Quantal)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:barbosanascimentogabriel/ubuntu-phone-clock
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-phone-clock
Launch Ubuntu Phone Clock via the Dash by typing Ubuntu phone clock in the search area.
Facebook doesn’t currently work with Gwibber (the Facebook feeds aren’t updated – bug HERE) and this bug affects Ubuntu 12.10, 12.04 and probably older Ubuntu versions as well.
Update: This bug also affected Ubuntu 13.04 (currently under development), but a fix was pushed a few minutes after publishing this post. Hopefully the fix will make it into older Ubuntu versions soon.
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