More posts about “gnomepie”

Fly-Pie GNOME Extensions

Fly-Pie is an Innovative New ‘Action Launcher’ for GNOME Shell

Looking for a fancy new way to launch your favourite apps in GNOME Shell? The innovative GNOME extension featured in this post is primed for testing.

1 September 2020

GNOME Pie App Launcher Serves Up a New Release

A fresh slice of GNOME Pie, a slick animated application launcher (and more) for Linux, is now available. GNOME Pie 0.7.1 arrives out of the oven with basic Wayland support, some minor usability and interaction improvements, […]

10 July 2017
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Fresh From the Oven: GNOME Pie 0.6.9 Released

For a slice of something this weekend you might want to check out the latest update to GNOME Pie, the circular app launcher for Linux desktops.

26 August 2016

6 Recent Linux App Updates, Including Corebird and SMPlayer

It might be the crisp autumnal air and darkening nights, or it might not. Either way a stack of popular Linux software has received new updates and releases over the past week or two.

4 October 2015

GNOME Pie App Launcher Gets a Tasty New Update

A new version of circular app launcher Gnome Pie is now available, baked with bug fixes and seasoned with some new sweet new features.

20 April 2015
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GNOME-Pie 0.4 Released, Adds New Settings Dialog

A new release of visually slick application launcher GNOME Pie has been made available to download. Notable new fillings making up version 0.4 are a GTK3 port and improved settings dialog.

21 January 2012

App Launcher GNOME Pie Gets Updated With Keyboard Navigation, More

A new release of circular application launcher GNOME Pie is available to download. The lack of keyboard 'control' was one of the chief complaints OMG! Ubuntu! readers noted when we first featured the slick application a few weeks ago. The release of version 0.2 addresses these complaints, as well as introducing various new features.

17 October 2011

GNOME Pie Is A Slick App Launcher for Linux Desktops

Launching applications in Ubuntu isn't exactly difficult. And with plenty of third party applications - such as Launchy, Synapse and Do - the relatively new launcher GNOME Pie has a lot of competition. Read on in for video review, screenshots and the oh-so-desired installation instructions.

28 September 2011