If an app has been updated and we’ve written about it, chances are it got this tag!
RawTherapee v5.8 introduces support for CR3 data (on cameras that support it), plus improved handling for camera models, better memory usage, and more.
The Telegram messaging app has added advanced poll options and message scheduling to its desktop client, which is available for Windows, macOS and Linux.
The Cawbird Twitter client for Linux has a new release out. No major new features are added, but there a couple of notable improvements to check out.
Firefox 72 is now available to download. The latest release of the web browser improves tracking protection and enables picture-in-picture video on Linux.
Telegram v1.9.3 has been released with support for autoplaying video in chats and channels, as well as spell check on modern operating systems.
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.
Kdenlive 19.2 includes a powerful new audio mixer, support for master effects, and delivers major performance improvements, like faster rendering time.
VirtualBox 5.4 is out and available to download. New features added to the virtualisation software include accelerated video playback on Linux hosts.
The Firefox 71 release is now available to download. This browser update adds native MP3 playback and improves the password manager among other changes.
Audacity 2.3.3 has no major new features but does includes 75+ bug fixes, improved equalisation, and removes obsolete code. Plus, learn how to install it.
Scrcpy users can now interact with an Android phone on PC using a touchscreen, as well as use the utility with devices running Android 10.
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.