A short introduction
Ubuntu Touch is a mobile operating system that was developed by Canonical Ltd, and later on the Ubuntu community. The operating system was designed for touchscreen mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. The goal for Ubuntu Touch was, and still is, to reach full convergence. The project of creating Ubuntu Touch started in 2011, but in April 2017 the founder of Canonical Ltd. announced that the company planned to stop developing convergence, Unity 8 and Ubuntu phones and tablets. After this announcement the project was picked up by us: the UBports community. The programming source code for the project was, thanks to the hard work of many volunteers, picked up and moved into the free software community where the Ubuntu Touch project could not only be maintained but also expanded. It is our goal to keep the framework of the original Ubuntu Touch alive and on all originally supported devices.
Ubuntu Touch has been designed with attention to detail. From edges that enable you to navigate faster to details like the striking clock face, nothing has been overlooked in the quest for mobile perfection. Ubuntu Touch offers an intuitive interface and everything you need from a PC, in a tablet or phone. Enjoy all the power of Ubuntu Touch at home, at work or on the move.
Connect a wireless mouse and a keyboard to enter PC mode
Run two apps side by side for on-screen multitasking
The unique scopes make content and services easier to access
Ubuntu's scopes are like individual home screens for different kinds of content. They collect everything, from movies, music, social media and local services, so everything you look for in life is right at your fingertips.
Scopes are easy to create and give users a new mobile experience where content is more customizable and easy accessible.
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