Find out about the latest apps, software and utilities for Ubuntu, both new and updated.
If you’re looking for an easy way to flash install images to multiple USB sticks in parallel check out Popsicle. This handy tool, which is written in Rust, lets you write an .iso (or other […]
Thunderbird 78 is the latest stable release of the email client. It features OpenPGP encryption support, integrated calendar, and dark mode support.
NewsFlash is a modern feed reader app for Linux desktops. Built in GTK the NewsFlash feed reader integrates nicely with the GNOME Shell desktop. Learn more.
Video Trimmer is an open source video trimming app for Linux desktops. Built in GTK the app has an simple UI and is fast. Learn more in this post.
The handwritten note-taking app 'Write' has a new release out. It adds some welcome new features, like split screen working, and debuts support for iOS.
If you’re a screencaster or a YouTube video maker you’ll know how useful it can be to show which keys you’re pressing on your screen, as you press them. When running the app displays key presses […]
Shutter was the go-to screenshot app for Ubuntu a few years back. But development stalled and the world moved on. But now the tool is back thanks to Snaps!
Entangle 3.0 has been released with a modest set of improvements including the ability to flip image previews. The update is available from Flathub.
Last week I spotlighted Noted, a (rather splendid) keyboard-driven note taking app for macOS and Linux — but some of you weren’t convinced. It wasn’t the app per se; you liked its clean UI, and […]
Noted is a new keyboard-driven note-taking app freely available for Linux and macOS. The app is inspired by open source Mac app 'Notational Velocity'.
A new version of Kdenlive, the Qt-based open source video editor is now out with rotoscoping, motion tracking, keyframe, and clip management improvements.
Vivaldi 3.0 is here with a handful of new features that tackle web trackers keeping an eye on you to you keeping an eye on the time!