Canonical’s Ubuntu One comes to Mac in beta form
Besides the operating system, canonical also dedicated to providing a storage service in the cloud known as Ubuntu One And since a couple of days, the service is also available (in beta form) for Mac users
With this complete Canonical presence with this service in the most used platforms: Windows, Android, iOS, the same Ubuntu, and now Ubuntu Mac works basically like any other similar storage service, such as Skydrive, Dropbox, or Drive; allows free access to 5 GB of cloud storage and a referral system allows have up to 20 GB free.
Returning to the Mac version from Canonical suggest that being a beta there are still many things to improve, but in the coming weeks will be updating about every detail “arreglables” that may appear. For now, those who have a Mac and who enjoy what it offers Ubuntu, can stop by the official site and download the version of Ubuntu One .
Link: Ubuntu One for Mac OS X now in beta (Canonical Blog)Tags: canonical, cloud, cloud storage, Ubuntu One