Here you can discover the latest Linux apps, software and system utilities to use on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and related distributions, from office suites and music players to dev tools and CLI scripts for getting things done.
Using an AMD Ryzen mobile CPU? If so, check out the AMD Controller app from Spanish tech company Slimbook. Their tool lets you change power profile quickly.
Inkscape 1.1 is out, and it's full of new features and other improvements. We run-through what's new and show you how to install Inkscape 1.1 on Ubuntu.
Sublime Text 4 is out. This update to the famous code editor adds major new features. We recap what's new, and show you how to install it on Ubuntu.
An official 1Password Linux app is available to install on major Linux distros, including Ubuntu and Fedora. Join us as we take a closer look at the app.
'Ubuntu First Steps' is a handy tool for tweaking Ubuntu. The GTK app provides options to customise the Ubuntu dock, desktop icons, and install more apps.
The Microsoft Edge for Linux beta is now available to download. Until now Linux fans of the Chromium-based browser have needed to use a developer preview.
Linux Mint's Warpinator app is now available on Android. The open source tool make it easy to transfer files between devices without the internet.
Geary 40 has been released. In this post we look at what's changed in this release, as well as the new features that developers have added.
A new version of Shortwave, an open source desktop radio player for Linux, is out and it’s front-loaded with improvements! Such as? Well, check out its fancy new GTK4 interface. Yes, Shortwave 2.0 has seen […]
The 7-Zip alpha for Linux brings the popular file archive and extracting tool to Linux desktops for the first time in the form of a command line client.
We take a look at Spot, a GTK Spotify client built for Linux, and its early feature set, which includes search, playback, and browsing for music.