Maru OS Brings A Complete Desktop Experience On Your Smartphone

by June 20, 2016 0 comments

Maru packs a complete desktop experience on your smartphone. Your phone runs independently of your desktop so you can take a call and work on your big screen at the same time. Basically, it is a hybrid operating system combining Linux and Android, has just come out of private beta. So, if you have Nexus 5 then you can download it to play around.

Maru Mobile is built on the latest Android Lollipop. It claims that it ships with zero bloatware, so your phone runs snappy and has lots of free space for all your apps whereas Maru Desktop is built on the Debian OS.

How to Use:

Just connect your phone to any HDMI screen and Maru will detect when an external display is available and spins up your desktop. It boots in less than 5 seconds. Now, pair up your phone with any Android-compatible Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to work with Maru on Desktop.


Independent OS: Both the OS are independent. So while your phone is connected, there’ll be no disruption of tasks like calling, messaging etc.

Shared Storage: Your SD card is shared between your phone and the desktop environment. So you can work seamlessly.

Unified network: Whether WiFi or Cellular, is shared between both. So you don’t have to create a Hotspot.

Portable environment: Do spreadsheets or document editing, install your favorite tools, do programming jobs or set up a web server. Everything you can do with Maru.

Auto-Save: Maru saves your work in the background if you accidentally, or in a hurry, disconnect your device. And moreover, you can start off where you left when you reconnect it.



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