Ubuntu One, an interesting feature developed by Canonical Ltd (The private company that stays behind The Ubuntu Project). Ubuntu One was born during 2009, and at this moment is in Beta release. By the way, it is free for a standard use, or if you need more you can pay 10$ a month.
So that… You can use Ubuntu One to back up, store, sync and share your data with other Ubuntu One user.
To became an Ubuntu One user, you need to subscibe an account to Launchpad. When you have done this step, you can access to Ubuntu One, and choose your personal account, and it could be:
- Free: 2 GB of private space on Canonical’s Servers.
- Advanced: up to 50 GB of private space on Canonical’s Servers (at the cheap price of 10$ a month).
Now you are in… You can use it directly from your internet browser, or from the Ubuntu One Client Application (only for Ubuntu 9.04 or higher).