REVIEW: Ubuntu Touch Smartphone OS!

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We take a deeper examination of Canonical’s Ubuntu Touch OS.

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Ubuntu Touch (also known as Ubuntu Phone) is a mobile version of the Ubuntu operating system developed by Canonical Ltd. and the Ubuntu community. It is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers.

Ubuntu Touch uses the Qt 5-based touch user interface and various…


  1. Oh PLEASE take off, Ubuntu mobile! We need a third alternative to Android and iOS. We all know why iOS is shitty, Android is still great now, but I don't see it being good for so long. It looks like they're following the steps of iOS. And aside from that, Google and Apple's data collection is something someone sane would consider criminal. When Android goes shitty, then there won't be a difference between Android and iOS. Same thing happened to Microsoft. Windows is shit now, and thankfully we have Linux as a great alternative. I hope the same thing happens with mobile OSes.

  2. Ubuntu Touch is horribly configured and hardly supported. One has to basically reconfigure EVERYTHING. 
    It is as if Ubuntu said, "we really don't have the time or desire to put Ubuntu on portable devices, so we will get our least competent developer to work on it part time."

  3. i see no future for this Operating System. It will be better if canonical focus on Desktop OS instead. They haven't bring the Desktop OS to much people yet how can they expect it on phones then?

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