Learn how to install gThumb on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and related distributions to take advantage of the app's great photo organisation and image editing tools.
Ubuntu ships eye of GNOME as its default image viewer but I don't think it's anywhere near featured enough to be default. In this post I explain why.
Shotwell, the free, open source photo management app, has allegedly fallen foul of a patent held by Rothschild Patent Imaging, LLC.
A new unstable snapshot of Linux photo manager software Shotwell has been released. Shotwell 0.29.3 brings a number of improvements to the fore, enhancing the user interface and overall stability of the application. But it’s the […]
A new version of the Shotwell photo manager and editor is available to download. Shotwell 0.28 “Braunschweig” arrives half a year later than originally planned but hasn’t shirked on improvements or bug fixes during the wait. […]
It's been another busy week in the world of Linux, but we're here to bring you up to speed with a round-up of the most notable new releases.
A new unstable release of photo manager Shotwell is now available. Shotwell 0.27 introduces a small set of new features and improvements, as well fixes for a number of bugs. Notably, Shotwell 0.27 no longer […]
Photography fans will be pleased to hear that a new bug-fix release of photo management app Shotwell is now available to download.
Not really meriting a post in their own right, but certainly deserving of mention, is a round of recent updates to 3 apps we regularly write about. Among them… Shotwell 0.25.1. Shotwell 0.25.1 is the latest “unstable” snapshot of the image organiser-come-photo […]
It's been over a year since open-source photo manager Shotwell last got an update. The company who made it is no more, but the app is going from strength to strength.
Open-source software outfit Yorba has announced new stable releases of photo management app Shotwell and slick desktop e-mail client Geary.
Development of Shotwell is to be taken over by the team behind Ubuntu-based Linux distribution elementary OS.