Ubuntu One is not the most popular service from Canonical, but now it seems that access to its services has become a lot easier with the adoption of PayPal.
Not too many people know what Ubuntu One is all about and most users think it's just some cloud storage service. The fact of the matter is that Ubuntu One provides more than just a cloud storage space.
Users get access to Music Streaming, a service that streams all the music you’ve saved in your Ubuntu One personal cloud via the web or to a mobile device, and can also buy more storage space beside the 5GB allocated by default.
PayPal is collaborating with Canonical for some time, as it's implemented in Ubuntu Software Center for almost six months, so this new partnership is no great surprise.
PayPal allows any business or consumer with an email address to securely, conveniently and cost-effectively send and receive payments online. Follow us on Google+