Canonical Aims To Get The Ubuntu Reminders App Usable Until February 2014

Hello Linux Geeksters. As I have recently written, Canonical has started work at an open source Evernote client, based on the Ubuntu SDK, in order to optimize it for Ubuntu Touch. The new Evernote client for Ubuntu Touch has been named “Ubuntu Reminders” and is created by both Canonical and third party developers, in order to reproduce the Ubuntu Touch Core Apps Project’ success.

Canonical Aims To Get The Ubuntu Reminders App Usable Until February 2014

Jordan Keyes, a third party developer speaks in the video above, about the progress so far of the Ubuntu Reminders.

Despite the fact that the development is going slow, Canonical intends to include it on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr and to demo it at an event in February 2014, so it will be usable for sure at the beginning of the new year.

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