Music streaming service Spotify has landed in Malaysia and a couple of other countries including Singapore, Hong Kong, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Iceland. This also marks Spotify’s entrance into Asia, bringing their total number of countries supported to 28.
Hello Malaysia, Spotify here! bit.ly/XDnYkk
— Spotify Malaysia (@SpotifyMalaysia) April 16, 2013
Today Google launched a new product, Google Keep. Google Keep lets you store notes easily, add checklist, photos, and voice notes.
The web version is accessible from drive.google.com/keep and syncs well with their Android client – although the Android the client is currently only available for devices with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above. Direct integration with Google Drive would be coming soon in the next couple of weeks, according to the company.
The latest version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system has been released. Code-named Quantal Quetzal, this version features quite a number of changes from its predecessor. There has been no new features since the release of Beta 2. If you missed out on the release of Beta 2, check out the new features here.
Now that you have it downloaded and installed on your computer, here are things you should do to get your Ubuntu up and running:
An unofficial Google Drive app for Linux, Insync, has reached it’s 9th Beta version. Insync allows you to sync all your documents to your computer as Google Drive still doesn’t have an official Linux client. It also comes with Nautilus integration, and Ubuntu AppIndicator support as well as support for multiple Google accounts.
Over the past two days, Google organized a Google Day for the very first time in Malaysia. g|Malaysia brought together business professionals, government officers, students, lecturers, and developers together for a two-day event filled with Googliness at Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.