Ubuntu One Should Get to Windows and Mac OSX

Who would say. The virtual disk Ubuntu One, an application that allows users of the open operating system Ubuntu – and its variations, of course – to store any file in the cloud is about to be ported on Windows and Mac OSX by the company PyCon.

The service debuted last May next generation 9:04 of the operating systems of its parent company, Canonical, offering 2 GB of free web space – twice as Google Docs, for example.

Anyway, those who consider insufficient for their demand can purchase your own online latifundia 50GB on a monthly payment affordable $ 10 (R $ 17).

And are those customers that the company is looking to get on the new platforms, a market that already has the most notable players Microsoft LiveMesh services and Dropbox, funded by Sequoia Capital, a company that “discovered” Youtube, Yahoo and NVidia, for example.

The launch of the program should take place “in the coming weeks.”