The hosts of the official Ubuntu Podcast have announced the end of their weekly show. The final episode of the Ubuntu Podcast will be released on Sept 30.
With GNOME 3.30 released, we roundup the best new features the GNOME 3.30 upgrade has to offer. The 35th stable release of the free, open-source GNOME desktop environment to date, GNOME 3.30 arrives six months after GNOME 3.28 […]
The Linux landscape exists in a state of constant flux, with new distro releases, kernels, apps and other updates appearing all the time. In our Linux Release Roundup series we try to collate the notable new […]
A new app makes it easy to follow, fave and listen to your favourite podcasts on the Linux desktop. It’s called ‘Podcasts’ and — no prizes for guessing — it’s a podcast client for the […]
Sometimes I want listen to a couple of podcast episodes or audio tracks back-to-back, without the hassle of adding them to my media library. LPlayer could be the minimalist audio player for Linux that I’ve been […]
Cumulonimbus is a desktop podcast app built with Electron. It's well designed and well featured, and lets you find & subscribe to podcasts listed on iTunes.
A brand new episode of the Ubuntu Podcast is now live on t’internet. The latest episode sees hosts Alan Pope, Martin Wimpress and Mark Johnson discuss what they’ve been up to recently, give some love to the (awesome) Sound […]
Ubuntu podcast app Podbird has marked its 2nd birthday with an all-new release, adding support for queuing, artwork refresh and download manager integration.
Can you believe that it’s been over 2 years since the last stable release of Clementine? It’s also been over 4 years since we last mentioned the popular open-source music player on this site! New Features in Clementine […]
Back in April we found ourselves enamoured by a promising new podcast app for Ubuntu called 'Vocal', and now you can help test it.
I'm not a massive podcast fan, but I know plenty of people who are and one of the chief complaints I hear is that Linux lacks a decent app for managing them. But hopefully this won't be the case for much longer.