One of the criticisms that everyone throws at Ubuntu Phone is the little ecosystem of apps and applications it has. If we compare it to Android, it is true that Ubuntu Phone has few appsBut the main apps or applications Ubuntu Phone has and works just as well as Android.
So we want to present the apps that out of ignorance we think do not work on Ubuntu Phone but this is not true. Besides, some of them can also be found by UnityThat is, for our Ubuntu Desktop, something interesting if we really work well with Ubuntu.
Evernote, the great notes app
Evernote has no official client for GNU / Linux though if it has an official scope that will make Ubuntu able to have its small version of Evernote. This is interesting as there are many users who use Evernote on a daily basis and can now have it on Ubuntu Phone.
WhatsApp is also on Ubuntu
The first app or app that everyone is asking for is WhatsApp, if an app that is becoming a major and necessary thing for many. So good, Ubuntu Phone already has it and thanks to WhatsApp web, But he has it. In addition, this webapp can also be used on Unity or the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet.
Facebook Messenger, because not everything is WhatsApp
While Facebook still doesn’t have the official app, users can use it a Facebook Messenger client although you can also use pidgin and incorporate more instant messaging services.
The famous cork social network also has an official client for Ubuntu Phone. In this aspect we have a webapp clientThat is, an almost official application of the famous social network.
Dropbox, a cloud service for everyone …
Surprisingly the famous cloud client does not have an official version for Ubuntu Phone, but if we have an unofficial client that will make us not miss the official client. Although this will be momentary as Dropbox will have a snap package that will allow us to install it on Ubuntu Phone and Ubuntu.
As you can see, Ubuntu Phone has the main apps and applications we use on Android although it doesn’t have as many games as Android, This may also fail as currently happens in the Desktop version, although hopefully only temporarily Don’t you believe?