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.
Meet YakYak, a Google Hangouts desktop app for Linux, Windows and Mac. It supports most Hangout features and has a couple bonus features of its own.
Cozy audiobook player for Linux is a new app providing a 'modern' UI from which to browse and play your collection of audiobooks, talking books, and more.
Write is a free app that lets you make handwritten notes on Linux using a touchscreen and stylus (or a smudgy finger), with features tailored for this use.
Simple Weather Indicator for Ubuntu's Unity desktop has reached version 1.0. It adds more meteorological metadata including 'feels like' temperature.
Mailspring is a free, open source desktop email client for Windows, Mac and Linux. It's a fork of Nylas Mail, but with a native core and better performance.
Geary 0.12 has been released, the first major update of the app since 2016. It features, among other changes, improvements to the rich text composer.
Coffee is a new Linux app that helps you to stay up-to-date with current news and weather without needing to touch the new tab button in your browser.
A new version of the Brackets text editor is available to download, and Adobe say the Linux build is 'at par with what you get on Mac and Windows'.
A number of Skype Linux users have been touch to say they get a 'not supported' error when trying to use the latest version. What's going on?
An updated version of Dash to Dock, the massively popular desktop dock for GNOME Shell desktop, is available to install.
Sublime Text 3 has been officially released! I know; it feels like you’ve been using the beta builds for what feels like an eternity — but, at long last, a new stable release of the […]
An updated version of MPV, the popular open-source media player, is available to download.