Whether you’re a student needing to take notes from a lecture you recorded or a blogger trying to transcribe an audio interview, the following little GNOME app can help. Turning an audio recording into text […]
If you’re on the hunt for an advanced audio equaliser for Ubuntu, you’re definitely going to want to check this app out. It’s called PulseEffects and it’s an equalizer, limiter, reverb, and compressor that works with Pulseaudio, the default […]
There are plenty of free multimedia converters for Ubuntu available, with command-line champ FFmpeg arguably the most powerful of them all. But this power comes with a complexity. Using FFMpeg to convert media through the command line can be […]
GNOME’s Matthias Clasen recently blogged about the upcoming release of GNOME Recipes 1.0. It’ll be the first formal release of the desktop recipes app for Linux, which has been in development for less than 6 months, and […]
I recently blogged about my love affair (of sorts) with mpv, the nimble, open-source media player based on mplayer. Stock mpv is, for those used to all-singing and all-dancing video players, a little… austere. GNOME MPV is […]
GNOME developer Matthias Clasen is back to share another slice of news on his GNOME Recipes application — and it’s starting to look really delicious! Since our last look at the open-source recipe app for Linux, […]
GNOME Calendar is one of the few decent desktop calendaring apps available on Linux — and it's going to get better.
GNOME Weather is no longer able to display weather forecasts.
Want to watch Twitch.tv streams on your desktop, without Flash? You can with this awesome Twitch app for Linux, which also supports chat & notifications and more.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS will replace the Ubuntu Software Center with a new app store built by GNOME. Users are being invited to help test the new store.
Music, the GNOME music player that isn’t Rhythmbox, has been quietly progressing in the past few GNOME releases. The app now has a basic feature set that ticks all the right boxes, e.g. search, smart playlists, etc […]
Say hello to a new app called GNOME MultiWriter. It allows a single ISO or IMG file to written to as many as 20 USB drives at the same time.