The MMORPG space combat game 'Vendetta Online' is heading to the Ubuntu Software Centre.
Challenging puzzle game 'Brukkon' has become the second item to go on sale in the Ubuntu Software Centre.
Thanks to Mohamed Amine IL Idrissi, Software Center is able to tell you which applications (of which Zeitgeist knows of) you have not been using for a while.
Stat fans looking to get a informational fix on the applications they use may be interested to hear news on semantic tracking tool Zeitgeist’s latest possible excursion into the desktop –Â via the Ubuntu Software […]
The very first purchasable application lands in the Ubuntu 10.10 Software Centre. Obligatory screenshots after the break.
Installing applications from .deb files has changed for the better in Ubuntu, with the Software Centre now taking over the procedure.
It’s an icon with cash in it. Brilliant. Article originally appeared on omgubuntu.co.uk
Further to our posts on the new look software centre for Ubuntu 10.10 and the introduction of a ‘where is it?’ feature to help users quickly locate their installed apps there are also a handful […]
It is often the little things that have the greatest impact and, as such, consider me thrilled to finally see the ‘Where is it?’ feature implemented into the Ubuntu Software Centre/Center for Ubuntu 10.10. What is it? […]
Don’t ever say we no longer keep you up-to-date with the trivial: The Ubuntu Software Centre in Ubuntu 10.10 now has a background! Look nice, non? The background is also displayed when viewing more information […]
Pictures tell a thousand words (or in OMG!’s case around 377 words) In a recent update to the Ubuntu Software Centre in 10.10 has come a sidebar entry for paid applications. There aren’t actually any […]
We’re big fans of the Ubuntu Software Centre and avidly follow its continued visual evolution. When a reader dropped by the OMG! Inbox to tip us off to â€˜the most awesome software centre mock-ups you […]