More posts about “App Updates”

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.

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Notepad++ Marks 20th Anniversary with New Release

The open-source text editor Notepad++ is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a new release filled with some neat new features. In Notepad++ 8.6 (the 238th release since 2003, for those keeping count) the Windows-based code […]

27 November 2023
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Blue Recorder, Linux Screencast App, Ported to GTK4

GNOME Shell’s built-in screen recording feature is perfect at capturing short clips but when you need to record longer sessions you should use a dedicated screen recording app. Such tools give you greater control over […]

26 November 2023
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Musique Music Player Ported to Qt 6, Refreshes UI

It’s been a while since I last wrote about Musique, an open-source desktop music player for Windows, macOS, and Linux (I first featured it in 2010, back when it was called MiniTunes). Amazingly, the app […]

24 November 2023

Firefox 120 Adds New Privacy Options, PIP Snapping + More

Mozilla Firefox 120 has landed, bringing with it a flurry of new features and improvements. Firefox 120 now supports corner snapping for Picture-in-Picture (PIP) mode on Windows and Linux. This puts a PIP window back […]

21 November 2023
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Inkscape 1.3.1 Released as ‘Biggest Bug Fix’ Update Ever

Inkscape, a free and open-source vector graphics editor, has released a new version which its developers say is the ‘biggest bug fix’ update they’ve ever shared! Alongside 40 bug fixes there are over 30 crash/freeze […]

19 November 2023
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HandBrake 1.7 Released with AMD & NVIDIA AV1 Encoders + More

A major update to HandBrake, the cross-platform and open-source video transcoder, is now available for download. HandBrake 1.7.0 brings several new features that will benefit users on Windows and macOS, as well as a host […]

16 November 2023

Foliate Linux eBook App Ported to GTK4, Adds New Features

Foliate is one of the best ebook readers for Linux and it’s just released a major update. The app has been “rewritten from scratch with the latest platform libraries, GTK4 and Adwaita, with refreshed interface and improved […]

14 November 2023

OBS Studio Adds Support for Intel QSV, HEVC & AV1 on Linux

A new version of OBS Studio, version 30.0, has been released with a number of new features and improvements. OBS Studio is free, open-source live streaming and screen recording software that is popular with gamers, […]

12 November 2023

Zoom Now Supports Ubuntu 23.10 (Unmet Dependencies Error Fixed)

I don’t use the Zoom Linux app (or Zoom in general) but I know many of you do, so you may be interested to know that the Zoom deb installer now works in Ubuntu 23.10. […]

8 November 2023
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MusicPod, the All-In-One Linux Music Player, Has Improved

MusicPod, an all-in-one music, radio and podcast player for Linux created in Flutter, has matured at a clip since I first looked at it in the spring. The app was already in pretty good form […]

8 November 2023
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Impression Image Writer Adds In-App Distro Downloads

Impression is a excellent image writing tool for Linux desktops, and with its latest release it’s become even more useful. How so? By making it seriously easy to download ISO images for a wide range […]

6 November 2023

System Cleaner BleachBit Sees First Release in 2 Years

BleachBit, the popular free system cleaner, has just released a major update — its first since 2021. For those unfamiliar with it, BleachBit is an open-source system cleaner available for both Windows and Linux, written […]

6 November 2023