Introducing Ubuntu Photo Lens for Unity

It allows you to search your photos directly from Unity Dash

By Marius Nestor on August 27th, 2012 15:41 GMT

Following our previous articles, Radio Lens, RuneScape Wikia Lens, German Ubuntu Forum Lens, Web History Lens, Rotten Tomatoes Scope, Clear Dark Sky Lens, DuckDuckGo Lens, News Lens, Pidgin Lens, Bliss Lens, Wikipedia Lens, Bookmarks Lens, ManPages Search Lens, Full Text Search Lens, GMusicBrowser Scope, Launchpad Lens, Dictionary Lens, Stock Quotes Lens, Cooking Lens, Music Search Scopes, Reddit Lens, Tomboy Lens, Ask Ubuntu Lens, Ubuntu Flickr/Shotwell Photos Lens, Ubuntu Spotify Scope, Ubuntu DeviantArt Scope, Ubuntu SSH Lens, Ubuntu Binary Clock Lens, Ubuntu YouTube Lens and ScopeUbuntu Calendar LensUbuntu Web Sources LensUbuntu Gwibber LensUbuntu Books LensUbuntu Cities ScopeUbuntu Grooveshark ScopeUbuntu Calculator Scope and Pirate Bay Torrents Lens for Unity, today we are introducing the Ubuntu Photo Lens for the Unity interface.

The Ubuntu Photo Lens is an official Unity Dash plugin that allows users to search for local and online photos. Users will be able to filter their searches by date. You can also see photos from Flick or Facebook accounts, even your friend's photos.

The lens is available only for the Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) users. To install the Unity Photo Lens plugin, open Ubuntu Software Center, search for unity-lens-photos and install it.

You will need to restart your session after the installation.
Ubuntu Photo Lens for Unity
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