Geary 40 has been released. In this post we look at what's changed in this release, as well as the new features that developers have added.
A slick new storefront to find and install Flatpak apps? Count me in! Souk is a new, independent Flatpak manager built in GTK 4 & Rust – and it looks epic!
Video Trimmer is an open source video trimming app for Linux desktops. Built in GTK the app has an simple UI and is fast. Learn more in this post.
Firefox 75 is now available to download. Alongside a number of address bar tweaks comes the open source browser's first formal Flatpak release.
With the Firefox 74 release out of the way Mozilla developers now turning their attention towards Firefox 75, scheduled for release in the early part of April. While Firefox 75 will (obviously) ship with new […]
If you read a lot of manga and you use the Ubuntu desktop check out Komikku, a relatively new Manga reader app for Linux written in Python and GTK. Now, usually when I highlight a […]
Flatseal is a GUI app that makes it easy to manage Flatpak app permissions on a per-app basis. Free software, Flatseal is available to install from Flathub.
OnlyOffice Desktop Editors for Linux is now available to download and install as a Flatpak app from Flathub across multiple Linux distributions.
Elementary OS Flatpak support is now rolling out to users via a software update. The change will make it easier to install Flatpak apps on elementary OS.
The Authenticator GTK app lets you generate 2FA tokens for over 500 well-known services, straight from the Linux desktop. We look at the new release.
Foliate is a GTK eBook reader app for Linux desktops. Foliate lets you read epub files easily, and has a range of font, layout and customization options.
Looking to overclock NVIDIA GPUs on Linux? Try a new app called "Green with Envy". It lets you manage fans, view info, and overclock NVIDIA graphics.