Ubuntu One is a client for the cloud service of the same name, developed and supported by Canonical for Ubuntu users. This service is used to store files on a remote server and allows you to share files between different mobile devices and computers, as well as synchronize data. The principle of working with the program is very simple - the user brings the files into the directory of synchronization, then they are automatically filled on the server, from where it is possible to distribute them to any mobile devices.
Service initially provides each client with 5 GB of free space for any information, if necessary, the volume can be increased for a fee. Besides, since 2012 the program has been launched, according to which 500 megabytes are added for each invited user - including the most invited one. Inviting users can "earn" up to 20 GB of free space for personal use.
- Each user is provided with 5 GB of free space absolutely free of charge;
- there is a possibility of file extension between the clients of the service;
- service clients are available for Windows, Linux, iPhone and Android;
- there is proxy support;
- Free streaming music service that allows you to listen to downloaded audio files from portable devices;
- Automatic integration with the Music Store;
- Possibility of free expansion of free space up to 20 GB.