Android Operating System has been the main driving force for powering most of the Smartphone’s and Tablets for quite some time, but now new Operating Systems are coming into mobile market. Earlier Windows 8 was launched and now it is the turn of one of most successful Linux Desktop O.S – Ubuntu to make entry into Mobile Devices. Ubuntu for Phones was announced a month ago and Canonical has announced Ubuntu for Tablets. It has got very interesting feature which makes it a true multitasking operating system, the feature is unique side stage that places a phone and tablet app on the same screen and at the same time.
Key Features of Ubuntu for Tablets:
- Multitasking mojo : Ubuntu’s unique side stage places a phone and a tablet app on the same screen at the same time for amazing tablet productivity. True multitasking comes to the tablet.
- Safer sharing : Multiple accounts on one tablet with full encryption for personal data, combined with the trusted Ubuntu security model makes it ideal for work and family use
- Effortless navigation with magic edges : Use all four edges of the screen to navigate between apps, settings and controls.
- Instant launch: The left edge holds your favorite apps, so all the things you use most are only a touch away
- Voice control in the HUD : The Ubuntu HUD makes complex application workflows simple on touch devices. This brings all the power of the PC to your touch device. And with voice control, it’s as if you had an extra set of hands – a truly personal assistant.
- Instant share and cloud connections: Sharing is now built-in, with support for all the major networks. So any app can let you share with friends, family and co-workers. One touch is all it takes.
- Savvy search : Ubuntu presents results from hundred of sources in one gorgeous page, saving you the trouble of comparison shopping or hunting down the right provider. You’ll see information from your email and phone contacts alongside Facebook friends and followers on Twitter.
- Naturally neat home screen: The stylish home screen organises all your most important information, selected from hundreds of sources – online or on board.
Official Video by Ubuntu: