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.
MellowPlayer is a Qt cloud music app for Linux, Windows and Mac. Never heard of it? I can’t say I had, either. But a reader of this site, and a fan of MellowPlayer, asked if […]
We’ve written about plenty of Electron apps, from music players to e-mail clients, code editors and chat tools — but the following tool the first Electron file manager we’ve come across! It’s called JumpFM and it’s described as a ‘minimalistic […]
This weekend I learnt that the Musixmatch desktop app is available for Linux! Not that Linux users are short of desktop lyrics apps, mind. We’ve written about several before, including ‘Instant Lyrics’ and ‘Lyricfier’, and […]
Github's Atom text editor and Microsoft's Visual Studio Code (VS Code) both have updated versions available to download.
In this post we will show you how to install Qmmp on Ubuntu. Qmmp (which stands for Qt Multi Media Player) is an open-source audio player built using C++ and Qt. It’s not the kind […]
Remember that Mac-inspired Notes app we mentioned well over a year ago? Well it just received a big ol’ update, and we reckon some of you will want to know about it. The new release is […]
A new version of the Wayland compatible screen recording tool Green Recorder has been released. Green Recorder 3.0 adds a number of notable new features that help bring it parity with other screen recorder tools that […]
The ping command is a useful way to troubleshooting network issues — but its output does look a little dull by default. Enter Gping, a cross-platform ping tool that prints a pretty graph inside the […]
Deepin has unveiled its latest first-party app, a stylish new system monitor — and it makes me want to go all Dexter on my distro. The app, named ‘Deepin System Monitor’, marries the aesthetic appeal of […]
We look at the best ebook reader apps for Ubuntu & Linux desktops, ranging from the Calibre ebook reader to GNOME epub reader Bookworm and Easy Ebook Viewer.
Terminix (aka Tilix) is a tiling terminal emulator for the GNOME desktop. It's featured, fast and frequently recommended — here's why you should try it too.
Republic Wireless customers on Linux can send and receive texts from their desktop, as the innovative network has made its 'Anywhere' app available on Linux.