Ubuntu One is the personal cloud service that simplifies your digital life.
Ubuntu One is the personal cloud service that simplifies your digital life. Imagine buying music and getting it delivered to the computers of your choice. Or synchronizing your files and notes and accessing them from anywhere. Or consolidating your computer and mobile phone contacts and safely sharing documents and pictures with them. Ubuntu One can already do this and more.A free Ubuntu One account offers 5 GB of storage. Users may increase their storage by adding additional 20 GB "20-packs" for $2.99 per month. More Info »
I worked on one file for almost a week. Last night I turned off the computer, this morning file is gone from Ubuntu One! It is just gone. No more. Lost one week of work :P And I used Ubuntu Linux while working on the file. It was a HTML file and I edited the file with SeaMonkey Composer. Sorry, but I will look elsewhere for cloud storage.
Ubuntu One doesn't encrypt at all. Most users won't do encryption theirselves (encfs). So this is quite risky for the personal data. Better Wuala or even Dropbox. Btw. Ubuntu One also use Amazon S3 like Dropbox.
Be warned that on a Windows system, its folder can not be placed outside of \user\ subdirectories (/home for Ubuntu). See for example this thread:
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I like that i can use multiple computers with multiple admins, fast easy and simple(just like that!)
1) Ubuntu One now has an Android app, Ubuntu One Files (and Ubuntu One Music [streaming])
2) Custom folders are supported (called 'cloud folders')
3) It's no longer has 2 GB free storage. It has 5 GB, and 20 GB for free if you have music streaming plan.
In that case, you can edit the page for Ubuntu One to display this new information. Anybody can edit the pages for applications (though if you're a new user, an admin has to approve the changes first). :P
Absolutely a great choice if you're an Ubuntu user (as I am)
I think that Ubuntu One is perfect for users having multiple computers running Ubuntu.
Pretty good cloud-based tool, but the Ubuntu teams needs to allow individual folders to be synced (like Syncplicity). However, it integrates nicely with the Ubuntu Music Store, so it's coming along nicely.