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.
Thunderbird 91 is out with substantial improvements to the way this open source email client feels and functions. Want to take a closer look? Read on!
The Shutter screenshot tool is under active development again so the official Shutter PPA has been revived to make it easy to install Shutter on Ubuntu.
Another month another Firefox update to enjoy. In this post we recap the what's new in Firefox 90, and tell you how you can get the update on your system.
A new month means a new version of Firefox to download and enjoy. In this post we look at the various Firefox 90 changes – but spoiler: there aren't many!
Open source office suite ONLYOFFICE (that's how it's styled, not me shouting) has been updated. In this post we detail what's new and where to download it.
Vivaldi 4.0 has a new language translation feature similar to Google Translate, but with privacy protections baked in. Plus, Vivaldi Mail client hits beta.
Firefox 89 is out and it's a big one. This update to the famed FOSS web browser has a new look and improves private browsing. More details inside.
Inkscape 1.1 is out, and it's full of new features and other improvements. We run-through what's new and show you how to install Inkscape 1.1 on Ubuntu.
Sublime Text 4 is out. This update to the famous code editor adds major new features. We recap what's new, and show you how to install it on Ubuntu.
Zorin OS 16 beta, desktop Twitter app Cawbird, and a effect-laden update to the best open source video editor around — it's our latest Linux roundup!
The Microsoft Edge for Linux beta is now available to download. Until now Linux fans of the Chromium-based browser have needed to use a developer preview.