Will Verduzco · Aug 26, 2013 at 05:00 am

Running Ubuntu Touch? Check out the Unofficial XDA App

We’ve talked a little bit about Ubuntu Touch in the past. If you’ve got the operating system loaded onto your device, you may wish to check out the unofficial XDA-Developers app created by Michael Hall over at Canonical, who gave a talk during XDA:DevCon 2013.

The application, which is available from the Dash, is available to anyone running the latest version of Ubuntu Touch. Currently the application all0ws you to browse the forums in a streamlined manner. More importantly, however, all of the code is available on the project’s LaunchPad so you can see how they made the app and build from this in your own app.

If you have a device loaded with Ubuntu Touch, give the unofficial XDA app a shot. While you’re at it, visit Michael Hall’s Google+ post on the subject as well.

[Thanks to XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler for the tip!]
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