Canonical Updates “Ubuntu Reminders”, Their Open Source Evernote Client For Ubuntu Touch

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 Updates Ubuntu Reminders, Their Open Source Evernote Client For Ubuntu Touch

Now, the first version of the Ubuntu Reminders has been added on Launchpad. It is testable on both, the Ubuntu desktop and Ubuntu mobile versions. Canonical has created the interface in QML and QT. Despite the fact that it is not even an alpha version, the application behaves very well and performs fast enough.

Canonical Updates Ubuntu Reminders, Their Open Source Evernote Client For Ubuntu Touch

As a reminder, both Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander and Ubuntu Touch 1.0 will be released on the 17th of October, 2013. Despite the fact that Canonical dropped the Mir support for Ubuntu Saucy, their display server should be implemented on the first version of the Ubuntu mobile OS.

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