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.
Want to hit pause on the internet and take a well-deserved breather? The latest version of Vivaldi comes with a 'break mode' feature to do just that.
A brand new version of Blender, the open source 3D modelling software (and then some), is now available to download. In this post we look at what's new.
We preview the new GNOME Sound Recorder utility after its major revamp. The app boasts a clean, responsive interface and intros key new features.
A new version of Arc Menu has been released (version 48 for those keeping count) and it sees the app launcher alternative level up in several crucial areas.
Glimpse 0.2.0 has been released. This version of the open source image editor is based on GIMP 2.10.18 but makes a number of configuration changes.
Mozilla Firefox 80 is available to download. The latest release of the famous web browser features modest changes, but adds something exciting on Linux.
A new version of Scrcpy, the terrifically easy way to mirror your Android smartphone on your desktop and interact with it, is out.
Pinta image editor has made its first release in over 5 years. The revived Mono-based graphics app adds new features and fixes long-standing bugs.
LibreOffice 7.0 is here, serving as the latest stable release of this hugely popular open source productivity suite. As you’d expect, LibreOffice 7.0 boasts a raft of improvements and notable new features aimed at firming […]
Mozilla Firefox 79 is available to download for Windows, macOS and Linux. The new build makes adds tab page tweaks, better tracking protection, and more.
AI powered face recognition is just one of the new features in DigiKam 7.0, the latest version of this open source photo management software.
Thunderbird 78 is the latest stable release of the email client. It features OpenPGP encryption support, integrated calendar, and dark mode support.