Find out about the latest apps, software and utilities for Ubuntu, both new and updated.
The LibreOffice 6.3 release features a crop of enhancements, including file opening improvements, support for redacted text, and compact tabbed bar.
Looking for a program like Microsoft Paint but for the Linux desktop? Check out the aptly named 'Drawing', a new GTK app that fills the gap.
Blender 2.80 is the latest update to the free 3D computer graphics app, and sees the famed open source software get a brand new UI.
BricsCAD Shape is a free SketchUp alternative that supports Linux desktops and is compatible with industry-leading CAD file formats.
Scrcpy lets you view your phone screen on the Linux desktop and interact with it using a mouse and keyboard. The app is free and open-source.
OnlyOffice Desktop Editors is a free, open source office suite for Windows, macOS and Linux. A new update, OnlyOffice 5.3 is available to download.
A new meta-package available in Ubuntu helps the Linux distro integrate more closely with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Windows 10.
The Foliate ebook reader app for Linux desktops adds support for additional ebook formats, including those used by the Amazon Kindle.
I bring a welcome word to the bookworms amongst you wanting to try the Foliate eBook reader on Linux: it’s now available outside of Flathub. Foliate is a terrifically well-designed, well-built and well-featured GTK eBook […]
WPS Office 22.214.171.12422 for Linux is now available for download. It adds the ability to open and display PDF documents, but drops 32-bit Linux support.
We checkout the latest release of the DeaDBeeF music player, DeaDBeeF 1.8.1, and show you how to install the lightweight music app on Ubuntu.
For a fast, frill-free way to fling files between Linux PCs using your local network, check out Teleport, a file transfer app for Linux.