@tigerpro I'm afraid calling it “Ultimate Touch” might attract the wrong sort of attention : )
Super Smash Bros Ultimate Touch.
Personally I'm not a big fan of the idea, to me it seems far to android-y.
I like Ubuntu touch because it's Ubuntu touch, and I like it's personality.
I don't mind some ideas, but I do much prefer the style of homepage that I've seen before.
I'll try and find it, but it looked a bit like the today scope, except only had the weather and some apps.
Personally, I think the homescreen would be nice if it you could edit a bit more, if you could have your weather, your row of apps, your row of music or friends or what ever you want, but I think it needs to keep the unique feel, I think if it wants to, it can be a bit more KDE or gnome inspired.
There's a Android launcher which basically adds the windows 10 start button to your phone, I don't mind it, as it feels decent to me, but it's just windows 10 styled, I think we would be better imitating that, as it seems more like our kind of feeling than Android default.
Another problem I see, is that you swipe from the left to get your launcher, then you pull it all the way to get home, then you pull down from the bottom to access all apps.
The app draw means, you pull it from left to right slightly, you have your pinned apps, you pull it more and you have all your apps.
It's quicker and more responsive, it might not be editable at the moment, but my opinion is that, you've got the coding skills, I bet you could make the app draw look and feel amazing and add new ability's to it, and make it keep it in the feeling and style of Ubuntu touch.
That's just my opinion on the matter.
@dobey is right on the money here, introducing changing apps from the left to right, will make the ui more difficult to navigate, and make it VERY difficult, to open apps.
You can't tap the background to get to apps, you have to swipe from the left.
We aren't keeping scopes, what will replace them is uncertain, but launching apps is done by the app draw not the app scope in the near future.
This would be quite the pipe dream, asking anyone to make a app for another OS is quite the request.
Especially considering the fact that many people on windows phone wanted a discord app.
I'd like to say that you can use discord on your ubuntu phone using anbox, but discord requires google play services to login, so the chances of it working is very low, but we can hope and dream.
Their is now a Ubports Developers Community, anyone can visit it by clicking this Link.
This creates a simple and easy way to view all the rooms related to ubports Development on the matrix platform.
Rooms will be added as they show up on Matrix, if a developer of an app has, or creates a matrix room, and wishes me to add it to the community, all you have to do is ask an admin of the community.
The OnePlus One doens't support HDMI, and no phones support Anbox yet.
Their are no current devices that support your requirements at the moment, but if any current device supports hdmi out, then within the next couple of months we should have something which will, but not certain.
We don't have any kind of swype keyboard, if you swipe the keyboard down, it takes away the keyboard, addind "Swype" support would mean that you could no longer get rid of the keyboard, there are ways of handling this, but their has been little to no effort on this from our side, I believe someone in the community was experimenting with this, but I dont know how that went, or if it ever became viewable code.
witched back to Ubuntu Touch on my FP2 and I tried to sync my nextcloud calendars which is not working anymore.
I wonder if something happend?
I created an online account and added the base URL of the nextcloud server without the suffix remote.php/dav.
Although after a time UT tells me that the synchroni
Should be available in OTA-3, https://github.com/ubports/ubuntu-touch/issues/346