Since the developer preview was launched to give everyone a taste of Ubuntu Touch, the number of devices able to run the OS has grown at a fantastic rate. From the original four Nexus devices supported on launch, an amazing thirty four new devices are compatible and running the OS. Work is also under way on a further twenty two devices.
The full list of supported and in-progress devices can be found on the Ubuntu Touch devices list. If your device is not listed and you fancy having a shot at porting it for yourself and others to use, canonical have put together a handy porting guide to help you along the way.
As well as increasing the number of devices Ubuntu Touch can work on, they are also ramping up there efforts to get app developers on board and have a Ubuntu SDK Days event coming up on the 14th and 15th of March to answer any questions you may have.
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