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Meet your new best travel partner! Flexiroam X allows you to get roaming data to stay connected in 130+ countries, so you’ll never be without data in a foreign country again. After a no frills, one-time application of a thin microchip over your existing SIM card, you’ll get access to 300+ networks in the world.

How it works:

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Before traveling, order a Starter Pack (expect it on your doorstep in 3-7 business days*).
Apply the X Microchip over your existing SIM card.
Switch to the Flexiroam X microchip in your settings.
Voila! You’re connected anywhere in the world.

Features:

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• Convenient international data roaming. You won’t have to queue up to purchase an overseas SIM or physically change SIM cards ever again.

• We partner with multiple networks in each country to deliver the strongest connection. When roaming on the Flexiroam X SIM, you’ll automatically connect to the strongest network across multiple networks. This is something a local SIM / portable WiFi device cannot do!

• Global Data Plans are great for frequent flyers traveling to multiple destinations as it covers more than 130 countries** in the world.

• Local Data Plans are suitable for leisure travelers going to single destinations or a specific region (for example, Europe), with data plans that range from 1-30 day(s).

• Call local landlines, international and mobile numbers in the app.

Runtime Permissions requested:

• Phone
For this app to function properly and provide the intended services, it requires access to information on your Flexiroam X microchip such as Serial Number.

• Microphone
The app’s call function requires the recording of your voice which will then be transmitted over a secured channel to the intended receiver ONLY. This function is ONLY used when making phone calls within this app and only with your authorization.

• Contact
This app also provides you with an option to view a list of your contacts and for you to select which contact to call from within the app. Contact’s data is ONLY used for call purposes.

• Storage
This app requires reading and writing of app specific data to / from device storage, and also for you to send contents such as photos of screenshots to our support team for assistance.

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If you have any questions, feature requests or run into any problems, shoot us an email at [email protected] We love hearing from you!

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* Shipping charges and delivery time may vary.

** List of supported countries may vary.

Visit www.flexiroam.com for more information.

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A project called “X-Apps” was started in 2016 to produce generic applications for traditional GTK desktop environments.

The idea behind this project is to replace applications which no longer integrate properly outside of a particular environment (this is the case for a growing number of GNOME applications) and to give our desktop environments the same set of core applications, so that each change, each new feature being developed, each little improvement made in one of them will benefit not just one environment, but all of them.

The core ideas for X-Apps are:

  • To use modern toolkits and technologies (GTK3 for HiDPI support, gsettings etc..)
  • To use traditional user interfaces (titlebars, menubars)
  • To work everywhere (to be generic, desktop-agnostic and distro-agnostic)
  • To provide the functionality users already enjoy (or enjoyed in the past for distributions which already lost some functionality)
  • To be backward-compatible (in order to work on as many distributions as possible)

Within Linux Mint, users didn’t need to adapt to X-Apps, because in many cases, they were very similar or exactly the same as the applications people were already using. For instance, Totem 3.18 was radically different than Totem 3.10 which shipped with Linux Mint 17, but Xplayer 1.0 (which was the default media player in Linux Mint 18) was exactly the same. The goal of the X-Apps is not to reinvent the wheel. Quite the opposite in fact, it’s to guarantee the maintenance of applications we already enjoyed and to steer their development in a direction that benefits multiple desktop environments.

It makes no sense to develop 3 different text editors, 5 different calculators and so on. When we work on projects like these, we want to make it count. An improvement in the text editor shouldn’t benefit only one edition, it should benefit all of them.

All three editions of Linux Mint come with the same XApps libraries and applications. When working on XApps, our development efforts are focused on improving all desktops.

libxapp¶

This is the XApps library. Anything that is cross-desktop goes in there.

It’s available in Python and JS as well, through GObject Introspection.

This project is developed in C and its source code is available on Github.

python-xapp¶

This is a small Python library providing extra functionality.

This project is developed in Python and its source code is available on Github.

xed¶

Xed is based on Pluma and acts as the default text editor.

This project is developed in C and its source code is available on Github.

xviewer¶

Xviewer is based on Eye of GNOME and acts as the default image viewer.

This project is developed in C and its source code is available on Github.

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xplayer¶

Xplayer is based on Totem and acts as the default media player for music and videos.

This project is developed in C and its source code is available on Github.

xreader¶

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Xreader is based on Atril and acts as the default document and PDF reader.

This project is developed in C and its source code is available on Github.

pix¶

Pix is based on gThumb, which is an application to organize your photos.

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This project is developed in C and its source code is available on Github.

blueberry¶

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The Bluetooth tool, blueberry, is a frontend to gnome-bluetooth with systray support.

The GNOME Bluetooth frontend was removed from gnome-bluetooth and made part of gnome-control-center, essentially making gnome-bluetooth useless outside of GNOME. Blueberry provides that missing frontend and makes it easy for other GTK desktops to use gnome-bluetooth.

This project is developed in Python and its source code is available on Github.

slick-greeter¶

Slick-greeter is the default login screen, it’s a LightDM greeter originally forked from unity-greeter and modified to work on its own (without gnome-settings-daemon, gnome or unity).

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This project is developed in Vala and its source code is available on Github.

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lightdm-settings¶

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The lightdm-settings project provides a configuration tool to set up LightDM and slick-greeter.

This project is developed in Python and its source code is available on Github.