It’s been a crazy week. News that Microsoft is buying GitHub shocked and stunned the developer community, with reverberations of the deal being mostly keenly felt by those involved with open source projects. Folks are (rather understandably) scared […]
Headset is a free desktop app that lets you use YouTube as a music source, letting you stream YouTube audio on your desktop.
Reddit is …Well it’s Reddit: there’s little else like it on the internet. Thos of us who use Reddit probably do so a tab, in a browser, because that’s how the site works best. Many desktop Reddit apps exist, […]
This nifty Reddit indicator applet for the Ubuntu desktop alerts you to new inbox notifications as and when you receive them.
Quick Reddit is a free, open-source indicator applet for the Ubuntu desktop that can fetch and display a list of posts from a specified Subreddit.
An alleged privacy leak with the Unity Reddit Scope in Ubuntu has been uncovered.
Desktop Reddit app 'Reditr' has been packaged up for Ubuntu and made available for download. The application, a sort of 'TweetDeck for Reddit', allows Reddit fans to browse posts from the site from a manageable, column-style layout.
OMG! Ubuntu! have learned from a reader that Reddit users on /r/linux_gaming have already figured out a way to bypass Valve's Beta Invitation - which allow users to start exploring Steam on Linux much earlier than the folks at Valve had likely planned for.
Remember that neat new Reddit app - 'Reditr' - we mentioned back in July? Well today the folks behind Reditr have launched an alpha version that you can download and try.
A new desktop application for browsing, commenting, and reading social news site Reddit is in development - and it's coming to Ubuntu. Reditr, which will be see its first alpha release at some point in the coming weeks, takes a 'Tweetdeck' style approach in presenting content from the site. Jump on in to see screenshots, video of the app in action, and further information.