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.
A lot of folks love using Bing’s image of the day as their desktop wallpaper, a task that the app we’re looking at today makes incredibly easy on Ubuntu. Now, this idea isn’t new; I […]
Open source artists should check out the latest release of MyPaint, as it scored a substantial update this weekend. The new MyPaint 2.0.0 release succeeds MyPaint 1.2, released back in 2017, and brings a stack […]
A new version of Rhythmbox, Ubuntu’s default music player app, is available. Rhythmbox 3.4.4 is a small update to this venerable player and was released back in January (but I’ve only just heard about it). […]
A new version of the Vivaldi web browser is now available for download with an improved pop-out video player and improve keyboard shortcut navigation.
Do you know how many keys you press a day, or how far your mouse has travelled recently? Habits is a free app for Linux that tells you this and more.
Fontpreview is a command line font preview tool for Linux systems. It uses fuzzy search to locate installed fonts and imagemagik to display font previews.
Flatseal is a GUI app that makes it easy to manage Flatpak app permissions on a per-app basis. Free software, Flatseal is available to install from Flathub.
Dino is an open source XMPP client for Linux desktops. Written in GTK/Vala, Dino also supports end-to-end encryption, file sending, and message searching.
PhotoFlare is a free photo editor for Windows and Linux that lets you apply filters, add text to images, and more. Think Microsoft Paint, but more powerful.
Want to stress text your Linux system? Then check out GTKStressTest, a new open source app designed specifically for the task. The goal of GTKStressTesting (GST) is to put everything you need to know about […]
The Cawbird Twitter client for Linux has a new release out. No major new features are added, but there a couple of notable improvements to check out.
The NCSA Mosaic web browser helped to kickstart the web as we know it. Now, thanks to Snaps, you can install the Mosaic browser on Ubuntu & other distros.