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.
Softmaker FreeOffice 2021 is now available to download. As with previous versions of this free (but not open source) alternative to Microsoft Office, the full suite of apps is available across Windows, macOS, and Linux […]
Slimbook Battery 4 is out. Its goal: to extend battery life of Linux laptops. The open source energy-tuning utility can also improve performance too.
Sometimes I want to annotate an image quickly, but without loading up a full-blown image editing app like The GIMP. Today I found an amazing app that lets me do just that. Annotator by Trevor […]
The Thumb 3.12 release is here and it's full of improvements, including native support for the HEIF and AVIF image formats, as well as Apple's HEIC.
It's a bug that has irritated me for the past 12 months but, at last, Spotify devs have fixed it in the latest update to the official Spotify Linux client.
A new version of OpenShot video editor is available to download. We checkout the new features and video effects, and show you how to install it on Ubuntu.
NewsFlash is an RSS feed reader client for Linux. Built in GTK, NewsFlash integrates well with the GNOME Shell desktop. Learn more about its features.
Font Downloader a GTK app for Linux desktops. It lets you search, browse, preview, download, and install fonts from Google Fonts on your Linux desktop.
Mousai is a song recognition app for Linux desktops. A Shazam alternative, Mousai listens to a song you play and identifies it within seconds. Try it out!
Use GNOME Sushi to get a macOS 'Quick Look' feature in Ubuntu. Just select a file in Nautilus then hit the spacebar to see an instant preview – sound good?
Clapper is an interesting new media player app for GNOME desktops built in GJS and GTK 4. In this post we look at Clapper's features and drool over its UI.
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.