Ubuntu’s default app launcher is the GNOME Shell Applications Overview but this full-screen grid of icons doesn’t suit everyone’s tastes. We share our favourite Linux app launchers, all of which work on Ubuntu & Linux […]
We look at launcher apps in this post, with an intro to Synapse and word on newer alternative that you might not have heard about.
Take a semantic Zeitgeist-powered application/file launcher and bind it to the panel. What do you get? Something worth putting in the spotlight, that's what.
It's been a literal age since we last mentioned the neat semantic file and application launcher Synapse - but today saw the release of Synapse 0.2.8, and with a new release comes new features...
A new release of semantic file and application search tool 'Synapse' has been made available for download. Although similar in function to other launchers, such as GNOME Do or Launchy, the vala-written Synapse is lightweight in resource use and fast in presenting a variety of results thanks to tight Zeitgeist integration.
A new release of semantic file launcher Synapse has been made available for download.
"It lives!" cries the release announcement and by jove I suspect many will be surprised to hear that the original launcher app 'Do' (formally known as GNOME Do) has been updated this week.
In an update to semantic launcher 'Synapse' an indicator-applet landed and, for now at least, it's not optional. So here are 3 ace mono-icons to replace it with.
Want to get Zeitgeist to track your Banshee play history? Do you then want to view it through the ace new Synapse launcher? You're in luck!
It's finally arrived. After weeks of leaking screenshots and juicy tidbits on a 'mystery new launcher' we can reveal what it is. Called Synapse, the launcher is light, fast, zeitgeist powered and can do some incredible things thanks to tight Zeitgeist integration.
Synapse is a Jabber-only based messaging client designed to look good as well as work well. Whilst many current IM clients support jabber (Such as Pidgin and Gnome’s Empathy) Synapse makes no bones about the […]