More posts about “gtk4”

‘Rnote’ is a Freehand Note-Taking Tool Built in Rust & GTK4

We go hands on with the Rnote freehand note taking app for Linux desktops. It's fast, stable, and a lot of fun to use. Plus, details on how to install it.

16 January 2022

Don't Miss: Ubuntu 22.04 May Include GNOME 42, But Few GTK4 Apps

Ubuntu 22.04 may ship with GNOME 42 if all goes to plan, but it won't be carrying many GTK4 apps by default. Ubuntu dev Sebastien Bacher details why.

13 January 2022

This App Makes Installing GNOME Extensions MUCH Easier

Want to install GNOME extensions without using a web browser? Check out the new 'Extension Manager' app. Full details on this super handy tool inside.

12 January 2022

Libadwaita 1.0 Arrives to Kickstart a New Era of GTK App Development

It's big, bold, and controversial – and it's now here. Libadwaita 1.0 has been released. Learn why it's a big deal, and what it could mean for Ubuntu.

31 December 2021

Ubuntu Makes a Major Theme Change For its Next Release

Ubuntu 21.10 makes a change to the distro's appearance, with Yaru community devs saying the current mixed theme is 'too much work' to maintain.

28 June 2021

Ubuntu’s Yaru GTK Theme Picks Up GTK4 Support

For Ubuntu to adopt GTK4 in a future release it’s going to need a GTK4 version of its iconic Yaru theme — and what do you know: one is in the works! Ubuntu cited a […]

2 February 2021

Is Souk the Flatpak App Store Experience We’ve Been Waiting For?

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!

9 December 2020