By installing the ultimate Google Apps packages, you can install all the apps you need on any of the four Ubuntu versions, as well as the popular and popular Android applications such as Gmail and Google Maps.
But what if you want to install the most popular and most popular Android apps, such as Google Maps, Google Play Music, Google Docs and Google Translate?
For that, you need to install Ubuntu 12 and 13, but with a new version of Google Apps for Ubuntu, which was just announced.
As you can see from the list below, the installers on these four versions of Ubuntu are all compatible with the Google apps packages.
The installer on the right is for Ubuntu 13.10 LTS, which is the newest version of Ubuntu.
The installer on left is for the 14.04 and 15.04 editions of Ubuntu, and it is for all of the other Ubuntu versions.
The installers for Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS and later are compatible with Ubuntu 12 (though the installer for Ubuntu 14.10.1 is only compatible with 12.10), 13 (which is not compatible with 13.1), 14 (which only works with 14.11) and 15 (which has no apps).
Installing the Google Apps Google Apps installer is compatible with any of these Ubuntu versions:12.04 (previously 13.4), 14.06 (previous 13.3), 14, 15 and 16.10 (pre previous 13.0).
The installer for Ubuntu 11.10 is also compatible with this Ubuntu version, and the installer for 10.10 for example.
Installing Google Maps and Google PlayMusic Google Maps is compatible for Ubuntu 10.04, 10.13 and 10.14.
However, Google Maps cannot be installed on Ubuntu 11 or 12.
The only other version of the Google Maps package that is compatible is the 11.6.0 version of this package.
Google Play Music is also only compatible for 13.03 and newer versions of the Ubuntu 10 and 13 versions.
The Google Play Store is only supported for Ubuntu 15.10 and newer, and Google Music can be installed using the Google Play Manager for Ubuntu.