Many companies use MS Teams as their primary communication tool. Mine is no exception! Unfortunately, Microsoft has no version available that runs on Linux. Which, quite frankly, sucks! It runs on Android, which is a Linux distro. So why not Ubuntu?!?!
You can run Microsoft Teams via your browser, but the voice and audio features will not work. It works well if you need to use the text chat features, though.
See below how it looks like in Chrome:
In comes Anbox!
Special thanks to LaptopNija! :-)
As per Laptop Ninja - “Anbox puts the Android operating system into a container, abstracts hardware access, and integrates core system services into a GNU/Linux system. As a result, every Android application will be integrated with your operating system like any other native application.”
Installing Microsoft Teams on Android via Anbox
I recommend that you visit how to install and run Android apps on Ubuntu with Anbox for the Anbox install process.
Visit APK Mirror to download MS Teams to your Ubuntu machine when you are done installing Anbox.
These links will help you get a running Android environment. Installing Microsoft Teams on Ubuntu will take no time at all!
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