More posts in “Apps”

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.

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GNOME’s Retro Gaming App Just Keeps Getting Better

GNOME Games lets you manage and retro games on Linux using libretro cores. The next release is faster, and will let you run Virtual Boy and MSX games.

9 August 2018
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Thunderbird email client gets a new look, new features, and a new logo

A new version of Thunderbird is now available to download. Thunderbird 60 is the first stable release of the ephemeral desktop email client since the launch of Thunderbird 52 way back in early 2017. A year in […]

7 August 2018

Taskbook is a Board-based Task Manager for the Command Line

If you’re looking to stay productive at the command line you’ll want to check out Taskbook. Taskbook is a terrifically well made terminal tool that lets you create todo lists, jot down notes, and organise […]

3 August 2018
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Notes by Firefox Now Lets You Sync Notes Between Desktop and Android

Mozilla has released a note taking app for Android that syncs with the Firefox browser on the desktop. Called (rather simply) ‘Notes by Firefox‘, the feature offers basic, encrypted note taking in the browser and via a […]

11 July 2018
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Browsh is the Text-based Web Browser You’ve Been Dreaming Of

I woke up today to find my Twitter feed chok full of praise for something called Browsh. It’s a brand new, modern text-based web browser built for the command line. Yes, I did just say a text […]

11 July 2018
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GIMP 2.10.4 Released with Faster Start Up Times, Auto-Straighten Tool

A new version of the hugely popular GIMP image editor is available to download. GIMP 2.10.4 is (despite the number) the second minor release of the editor since the GIMP 2.10 arrived back in May and […]

6 July 2018
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View GIFs on the Command Line (Cos Why Not, Right?)

The command line is fantastically versatile. You can get weather forecasts on the CLI, you can get the latest World Cup scores on the CLI, and you can even watch Star Wars on the CLI. And […]

5 July 2018

YouTube Music Support Arrives in Google Play Music Desktop Player

You might have heard about YouTube Music, Google’s latest effort at creating a music streaming service able to rival Spotify and Apple Music. Anyone with a Google account can search for and listen to music on […]

3 July 2018
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OpenShot Video Editor Adds New Effects, Auto Audio Mixing & More

A new version of open source video editor OpenShot is available for download. OpenShot 2.4.2 ships with a set of seven new video effects, adds a couple of new editing features, and claims to offer better […]

1 July 2018
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Check World Cup Scores on Linux With These Neat Apps

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is well underway and you’re probably obsessively refreshing your favourite website to get all the latest fixtures and results. But with over 30 nations from around the world competing in this prestigious […]

27 June 2018
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HackUp is a Desktop Hacker News Client for Linux

Avid readers of social news sharing site Hacker News might be interested in a new app recently added to Flathub. Called HackUp, it is a Hacker News desktop client written in Vala. It lets you browse and read […]

18 June 2018
VR180 Creator on Linux

Google’s VR180 Creator Tool Makes it Easier to Edit VR Video on Linux

Google has released a new VR video conversion tool for macOS and Linux. It’s called “VR180 Creator” (catchy) and the tool aims to make it easier for people to edit video shot on 180-degree and 360-degree […]

17 June 2018