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.
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.
Standard Notes, the encrypted, open source note taking app, is now available as a Snap app on the Snapcraft store, making it easy to install on Ubuntu.
Learn how to install gThumb on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and related distributions to take advantage of the app's great photo organisation and image editing tools.
Darktable 3.0 is available to download. This version of the open source RAW image editor improves the GUI, adds new modules, and supports Google Photos.
With Gradio sidelined and its successor Shortwave yet to broadcast a stable release, you might be looking for a way to listen to radio stations on the Ubuntu Linux desktop. If so, check out Odio […]
When the Glimpse image editor was announced it created a a storm of opinion. Now the infamous GIMP fork has made its first release — but is it any good?
HandBrake 1.3.0 has been released. This update of the free media convertor tool adds AMD VCE support and new Discord video presets. Learn more in this post.
The Kdenlive video editor is now officially available on the Snap store, where it joins more than 50 other KDE branded Snap apps.
Vgrive is a free Google Drive Linux client 'designed for elementary OS' but also available to download and install on Ubuntu and Linux Mint desktops.
ImCompressor is a lossless image compressor app for Linux desktops. It optimises JEPG and PNG images to reduce image file size but not quality.
A new version of Calibre, the open source ebook manager (and then some), is now available to download for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Cawbird is a GTK Twitter app for Linux desktops like Ubuntu that is based on open source code from Corebird, an app no longer actively maintained.