If an app has been updated and we’ve written about it, chances are it got this tag!
Minitube - the impressive HD-capable and Adobe Flash-free desktop YouTube player for Windows, Mac and Linux - has seen a new 'bug fix' release this morning.
Banshee 2.0 has just been released, bringing with it numerous new features such as user interface improvements, album/artist track actions, sound menu and Ubuntu One Music store extensions and more. Those that have been keeping up with the development of Banshee unstable probably won't notice many new features, but if you're upgrading from the last stable version (1.8) it's sure to be a vast improvement.
An update to Qt Twitter client 'Choqok' is now available for download. Now on version 1.1, the release contains a new translator plugin; a timeline filter to make reading tweets in your stream from a specific person or topic easier and a new option to hide the menu bar.
A minor update to Lucas Rocha's note-space application 'The Board' has been pushed out to early testers.
Photo management application 'Shotwell' has hit version 0.9 this morning. New features added include support for .tiff images, a new search bar and the ability to edit multiple photo titles at the same time. Installation details for Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 users, along with some pretty screenshots, are inside.
The first update of refined desktop mail application Postler is now available to download.
Google Chrome drops it's revamped logo into Linux - and boy is it an improvement.
A new version of open-source, multiplatform video converter 'HandBrake' has been made available for download.
Feeling full after xmas? Me too. Time for a post-gluttonous recap on a apps which sneaked out new releases whilst the rest of us where noshing down stodgy cake and irrepressible amounts of mince pies... First up: Ubuntu Tweak.
A new development release of soon-to-be Ubuntu's default music player Banshee was released a few days back, bringing with it subtitle support and improvements to the podcast view as well as a tonne of bugfixes. Read on for more information.
Another week and another Wine development release. What has version 1.3.9 spilt out over the tablecloth we call the desktop?
Open-source Live DJ software Mixxx, developed by a community of DJ’s, saw the first beta release in its 1.9.0 cycle released alongside an update to version 1.8.x.