Ubuntu Touch Preview images for phones and tablets now available
1. zhiae posted on 21 Feb 2013, 11:20 0
it will need a year for full experience not good u cant just start over from adding app 1 by 1 to store idont like Ubuntu since it is dualboot in my pc.
2. shuaibhere posted on 21 Feb 2013, 11:28 1
I want too see hands on video of this PA...make it as fast as you can...
3. Igneel posted on 21 Feb 2013, 14:27 0
Just booted Ubuntu in my Nexus 4. It's quite smooth. Smooth enough for a usable experience.. I simply love the gesture navigation! The whole UI is totally different than Android.. well duh. But the keyboard is really buggy. Slow and not that precise. The apps... I think they're not there yet. Too buggy. Most of them are from mobile sites anyway. Even the browser is laggy.. But as you know, it's only a preview. Let's just hope that it'll get better as time goes by.. If you first install it, you'll notice that you'll have an account for every social network available when you tap share.. maybe it's just for the simulation sake. Doesn't bother me though.. Phone and SMS works fine.. Wifi too but you can't use mobile data. They've already mention it in their site.
All in all, there's only one gripe that I find it very frustrating... I can't freaking find the Settings! lol. I just can't find it. I can't even set the time and date... Or location.. That's all I guess.. A quick review of the Ubuntu Touch Preview from me :)
4. Valdomero posted on 21 Feb 2013, 14:58 0
No settings menu? :s
What about the Mail client?, Is it integrated or you have to download an app?
6. Igneel posted on 21 Feb 2013, 19:49 0
Haven't tried the mail client, but apps like Facebook and Twitter are like browser-based. If you weren't connect to the internet, it'll appear just like a browser that can't connect to the internet. It'll even show you the website it uses. And about the settings, I still haven't had it figured out.. Maybe I should play around with it a bit more... anyhow, it's still a devs preview.
7. MichaelHeller posted on 21 Feb 2013, 21:20 0
There is no mail client yet. It's all web apps. The core apps like mail, calendar, youtube, FB, and Twitter are all being built by the community right now.
5. rusticguy posted on 21 Feb 2013, 15:26 0
Developer options were gone in 4.2.1 (GNex) too and one had to go thru the drill of tapping 7 times.