Here are the latest batch of Linux app updates, with new features distilled into an easily digestible format. Plus, instructions on how to install them too.
A new development version of Pitivi video editor is out and it boasts some major new features. The GTK-based video editor is currently in the midst of a GTK4 port as part of this year’s […]
Mozilla Firefox 102 is out with a host of small but welcome improvements, including support for GeoClue geo-location detection on Linux desktops — nice!
When it comes to screenshot tools for Linux nothing rivals the feature set offered by the Qt-based Flameshot — and the app just got a major update.
I’m a big fan of Emmanuele Bassi’s Amberol music player and the latest version, released this weekend adds a couple of pretty big new features. Before I get to those, I will point out that […]
The Vivaldi web browser now comes with a built-in email client with configurable layout and offline support. Plus, new calendar & RSS feed reader features.
A new month means a new version of Mozilla Firefox, now up to version 101. In this post we look at what's (barely) changed, and when the update rolls out.
Ahoy, a new version of Inkscape has appeared. We take a look at the key new features in Inkscape 1.2, the official release video, and share download links.
Mozilla Firefox 100 is available to download. The new release includes new site theme options, subtitles in picture-in-picture mode, and Linux bug fixes.
A new version of Kdenlive, a Qt-based open source video editor, is available to download. We recap Kdenlive 22.04's new features and UI tweaks.
Rhythmbox 3.4.5 is available to download. It includes big improvements to podcast downloading, playback, and management plus a raft of smaller tweaks.
The Dash to Panel GNOME extension now supports GNOME 42 and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. The extension combines top bar and dock into one unified panel.
A new month, a new release of Mozilla Firefox — though as we’ve come to expect from its expedited release schedule, the changes are relatively minor. What’s new? Well, a lots of folks, including Mozilla […]