Indicator KDE Connect now has Google Contacts integration, making it even easier to send text messages from the Linux desktop.
Bored of traditional CPU monitors for Ubuntu? Level up with this muscle-bound alternative inspired by the video game DOOM.
It’s been several months since Spotify removed the lyrics function from it’s apps, and it shows no signs of returning soon. If you liked being able to tap a button to instantly see lyrics for the currently playing song, we’ve […]
You can see, use and integrate Indicator Applets with GNOME Shell using a single GNOME extension. Once enabled, it's hard to know to spot the difference!
Clipboard managers are ten a penny on Linux, and you likely have your favourites. But if you’ve been looking for a searchable clipboard manager, check out Indicator Bulletin. Indicator Bulletin is a simple clipboard manager written in Python […]
If you manage your to-to list with a plaintext Todo.txt file this indicator applet may help you keep on top of your tasks. Sure, there are plenty of web-based clients, sticky note widgets, and feature-packed desktop task managers offering […]
I love using KDE Connect on Ubuntu with the app's indicator applet. It's the easiest way to connect my Android phone to my Linux desktop.
Want to send SMS messages from the Ubuntu desktop? Well, now you can as Indicator KDE Connect has been updated to support sending SMS from the desktop.
Using KDE Connect on Ubuntu you can send files from your phone to your Ubuntu PC, see Android notifications, sync clipboard and a whole lot more.
Hate missing desktop notifications on Ubuntu? Well, with the Recent Notifications indicator you don’t need to. This handy tool collects and collates all desktop notifications you receive, regardless of whether you see them or not. Then, with […]
Want to tidy your Linux desktop in a single click? Well, with the nifty panel applet we’re spotlighting today you can do exactly that! Some of us treat the desktop as a sacred space, somewhere to be kept immaculately tidy, and house […]
If you miss the old Places menu that Ubuntu used to shipped with here are 2 indicator applets that bring it back to the Ubuntu desktop.