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I installed Ubuntu 13.04 and I want to install Unity webapps like Twitter - Gmail and Facebook. I opened Gmail and Twitter in Firefox and Chromium in order to install them but nothing appears.

Do I have to install them or what should I do ?!!

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Welcome to askubuntu! Try sudo apt-get install unity-webapps-gmail in order to see if this isn't a bug. After this open the Dash and search for gmail. Also edit your question to include the output of gsettings list-recursively | grep unity\.webapps. (You might also try seeing that Firefox is your default web browser and that in its Preferences, General tab, the option Prompt integration options for any website is checked.) –  edwin Jul 5 '13 at 19:39

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Not an answer, just too long to answer edwin's request;

I have the same problem, tried installing via terminal, only Thunderbird shows up when I search for gmail in dash. My output is;

com.canonical.unity.webapps allowed-domains @as []

com.canonical.unity.webapps dontask-domains @as []

com.canonical.unity.webapps index-update-time 43200

com.canonical.unity.webapps integration-allowed true

com.canonical.unity.webapps preauthorized-domains ['amazon.ca', 'amazon.cn', 'amazon.com', 'amazon.co.uk', 'amazon.de', 'amazon.es', 'amazon.fr', 'amazon.it', 'www.amazon.ca', 'www.amazon.cn', 'www.amazon.com', 'www.amazon.co.uk', 'www.amazon.de', 'www.amazon.es', 'www.amazon.fr', 'www.amazon.it', 'one.ubuntu.com']

When I visit a website I am prompted to install, I click to install and nothing happens. Reload the page and I am prompted again and so on.

Ubuntu 13.04, everything up to date using Chromium Version 28.0.1500.52 Ubuntu 13.04 (28.0.1500.52-0ubuntu1.13.04.3)

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