A new version of Geary, the GTK-based email client for Linux desktops, is now available to download. Geary 3.36 is said to offer “a number of enhancements, bug fixes, and server compatibility improvements” over the previous […]
Geary email client has a new release out, Geary 3.34.0, and in this post I tell you a bit about it and how to install the app on Ubuntu and other Linux distros.
We roundup another batch of recent Linux releases, including updates to the Geary email client, Raven RSS reader and the latest Fedora 30 release.
Geary 3.32 has been released. The latest version of this open-source e-mail client for Linux features a new icon and a new release schedule.
A new version of the Geary email client for Linux is available to download. We look at what's new in Geary 0.13 and show you how to install it on Ubuntu.
What kind of email user are you: piler or filer? “Pile…File… what?” you’re probably thinking. I know I was when Geary pinged over a new user survey asking me this exact same question. But it all […]
An updated version of the Geary email client for Linux desktops is available to download. It contains a stack of bug fixes for some bothersome mail related issues.
Geary 0.12 has been released, the first major update of the app since 2016. It features, among other changes, improvements to the rich text composer.
If you’ve ever used the (frankly awesome) desktop e-mail app Geary, its maintainer has a question for you. He’s launched a poll asking for your feedback on whether the app should switch to instant search […]
A new version of open-source email client Geary is available to download, the first update to the app in more than a year. The demise of Yorba as a non-profit software company a year or ago left the […]
Thunderbird, Evolution and Geary – three of the best known open-source email clients available on the Linux desktop. Today a new app launched that will be hoping to join the list above, an app that promises to […]
Geary, the popular desktop e-mail client for Linux, has been updated to version 0.10 — and it gains a glut of new features in the process.