Ubuntu One is released in Mac OS X in beta form

The client Ubuntu One storage service and file synchronization Canonical for GNU / Linux Ubuntu, is now available for Mac OS X in beta.

Ubuntu One

Ubuntu One, which is installed by default in all versions of Ubuntu, initially came to Windows. Later, its mobile applications for Android and iOS made their appearance. So, just do likewise lacking in Apple’s desktop platform.

You can download Ubuntu One for Mac OS X (10.6 or higher) and start enjoying the Ubuntu cloud anytime (remembering that this is a beta, error-prone). We remind you that the service offers 5GB of space by default, although you can get an additional 20GB through its referral program.

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