Download uBuntu Desktop for Android - Canonical to bring Ubuntu for Android, an add-on which allows its consumer Linux desktop to run in a smart phone, or in other words make the user able to carry a computer to wherever you want.
Ubuntu for Android is designed to run concurrently with the standard operating system Android, so users can still access the smart phone. Users simply attach the cell phone into a dock connected to the monitor to be able to fully display the Ubuntu Desktop. As reported by Expert Review, Friday (24/02/2012).
Because Android and Ubuntu both use the Linux kernel, the two systems can share data, including contacts, documents, photographs, also a network connection. The only thing that changes is the way users access information.
Data that is being done can also be synchronized with both systems. So, when I'm working on an email in Ubuntu, users can pick up the smart phone and passes through Android.
Ubuntu for Android can be used on any Android device, the condition has a kitchen implanted dual core processor, 512MB RAM, as well as support for HDMI and USB.
"Ubuntu for Android change the advanced smart phone into your own productive desktop, whenever needed," said Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical.
Canonical is currently in talks with handset manufacturers, to include software. Although actually, Ubuntu for Android will be released to the open source community.
No release date has not revealed, but Ubuntu's official website for Android revealed that the software will be present at the end of 2012.