We regularly write about new GTK apps for Linux, updates to existing GTK apps, and other developments related to them — check out the posts below to find some great new software.
A new version of Cawbird, the GTK Twitter client for Linux desktops, is available. The uoatde adds support for image alt descriptions in tweets plus more.
Ymuse is a GTK MPD client for Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other distros. Written in Go, Ymuse is modern and maintained with broad features and a great UI.
If you find it hard to focus in a silent environment or know you are more productive when surrounded by background noise, check out Blanket.
If you’re looking for an easy way to flash install images to multiple USB sticks in parallel check out Popsicle. This handy tool, which is written in Rust, lets you write an .iso (or other […]
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.
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.
I’m a big fan of desktop e-mail client Geary — it’s in our list of the best Ubuntu apps after all — so I’m particularly thrilled to hear that a “mobile version” is in the […]
Finding free ebooks to read in Foliate, a GTK ebook reader for Linux desktops, just got a whole lot easier. The new Foliate 2.2.0 release comes with several enhancements, one of which is better eBook […]
Last week I spotlighted Noted, a (rather splendid) keyboard-driven note taking app for macOS and Linux — but some of you weren’t convinced. It wasn’t the app per se; you liked its clean UI, and […]
Looking for a desktop radio player for Linux? Check out Shortwave, a GTK app that lets you search for and listen to radio, and even record radio streams.
Feeds is an RSS reader for Linux desktop built using GTK. Aadd an RSS feed and let the app fetch new articles. You can also save posts to read offline.