If an app has been updated and we’ve written about it, chances are it got this tag!
A new version of open-source torrent client Transmission is available to download. In this post I share details on what’s changed and show you how to install the update on your system using the official Transmission […]
Audacity, the open source audio editor, has a new version available to download with a new noise reduction effect, improved time toolbar, and other changes.
Mozilla Firefox 76 is available to download for Windows, macOS and Linux. The latest update to this web browser includes various security enhancements.
I wrote about Superpaper, an advanced multi-monitor wallpaper tool for Linux and Windows, last year, finding it particularly good at what it sets out to do.
Handy mobile tool scrcpy app gains rotation locking and improved quality on smaller displays through trilinear filtering in its latest release.
A new add-on for the Folder Colors tool is available. When installed it lets you instantly change folder colors on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS with the Yaru icon set.
VLC 3.0.10 is out with various fixes and improvements, including support for SMB2/3 shares, adaptive streaming, and better audio quality with Chromecast.
System cleaner Bleachbit 4.0 is now available to download for Linux and Windows. In this post I recap the core changes (spoiler: it involves Python 3).
A new version of Kdenlive, the Qt-based open source video editor is now out with rotoscoping, motion tracking, keyframe, and clip management improvements.
Vivaldi 3.0 is here with a handful of new features that tackle web trackers keeping an eye on you to you keeping an eye on the time!
OnlyOffice 5.5 features a number of improvements designed to make using the open source office software easier, such as the ability to open tabs as windows.
A huge update to Foliate, a GTK-based eBook reader for Linux desktops, is available. Foliate 2.0 features a redesigned interface and tonnes of new features.