Download Nuntius App – Get Android Notifications On Ubuntu
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The Linux app is called ‘Nuntius’ and lets notifications received on an Android phones and Tablets appear on the GNOME desktop.
It’s with GNOME 3.16 and its redesigned notification system that the app and its features will be used by more.
The app, which developers are hoping will be ready in time for this month’s release of GNOME 3.16, will work over Bluetooth to ensure that nothing is passed to external servers or stored online. This does mean that your phone will need to be in a certain proximity to your GNOME desktop for the feature to work.
The development team do caution that this is an early release and those planning on diving in to use it should expect minimum functionality for now.
The mobile app required to see Android notifications in GNOME’s new notification shade is already available from the Google Play Store and the GNOME application is already available in the Fedora repos.
Thanks to omgubuntu.co.uk for reporting this first.
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