Ubuntu Phone finally has a photo editing app. Although early alpha quality, Instant FX for Ubuntu is already looking like an impressive app. And with so few native Ubuntu apps around, each one is truly appreciated. Now, […]
Adobe has announced that it plans to start supporting Adobe Flash for Linux — 4 years after it abandoned Flash on Linux.
When you need to free up space on Ubuntu here are 5 simple things you can do – from cleaning the apt cache to removing old kernels.
We’ve put together a list of best GNOME Shell extensions currently available as recommended by your fellow omg! ubuntu! readers. In June 2016 we asked reader to nominate their favourite GNOME extensions and, awesome folks that they […]
Ubuntu community member thinks the Ubuntu browser app icon is too similar to Apple's Safari. Should it be changed?
Last week saw planning for the Ubuntu 16.10 development cycle get underway last week as the Ubuntu Online Summit,
Can remember a Linux app called CoverGloobus? You can't? That doesn't surprise me too much. But here's why you should check it out.
Bq has quietly pushed back the shipping date of its new M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet, which customers had been told would ship this week.
Up is now down, down is now left, and Microsoft is no longer evil — but are Linux lovers stuck in the past?
Nautilus 3.20 will include more icon zoom level options. Is that the sound of flaming torches I hear being extinguished? The File manager plays such intrinsic role in the desktop. It’s almost like the glue that binds […]
Abricotine is an open-source desktop markdown editor for Windows, Mac and Linux. It offers 'live' previews, text formatting and many other features.
GNOME Maps 3.20 will allow users to add and edit OpenStreetMap data for points of interest, such as businesses, restaurants and cafes.