Canonical released Ubuntu 11.04 this week, giving the operating system a dramatically new user interface as well as some new features and performance tweaks. The company also recently launched an updated version of the Ubuntu One music app for Android.

Ubuntu One allows Ubuntu Linux users to store music online and access it from a computer or mobile device. The service is free to use for 30 days, but you’ll have to sign up for a subscription after that.

Ubuntu One Music 1.2 adds support for album art, DRM-free iTunes music, and OGG Vorbis files. There’s also support for playlists and improved load speeds for large music libraries.

Canonical has also updated the desktop user interface for Ubuntu One with a new look, more options in the control panel, and faster performance.

Ubuntu One Music is available as a free download from the Android Market.

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