Time for our weekly round up of recent app updates that weren’t quite big enough to merit their own dedicated post If you’re averse to Electron apps you’re advised to look away now. If an app […]
A number of Linux apps were updated over the Christmas break, including Handbrake, which hit version 1.0, Lyricfier, GNOME Recipes and music player Harmony.
You can re-theme Harmony's built-in dark mode to better match up with the colour palette and styling of the Arc GTK theme.
Like a Spice Girls' solo career, I'll keep this post wonderfully short: a new version of the Harmony music player is available to download.
If you're a fan of the Harmony music player then listen up: there's a new update waiting for you to download.
Harmony is a sleek desktop music player for Linux (and macOS & Windows) that can play your regular music files and online streaming services like Spotify and SoundCloud.
The traditional biannualy held Ask Mark session of Ubuntu Open Week took place on 14th October 2010 1400 UTC on IRC. In the session, the Self Appointed Benevolent Dictator For Life talked about Unity, Project Harmony, many things about Canonical and clarified some points about less Kubuntu love and copyright assignment. And of course, the usual humor.