A brand new version of the Linux terminal emulator Tilix is available to download. Now, chances are you already know about this app. It’s one of the most popular tiling terminal emulators available for Linux desktops. So […]
If you’re looking to stay productive at the command line you’ll want to check out Taskbook. Taskbook is a terrifically well made terminal app that lets you create todo lists, jot down notes, and organise […]
I woke up today to find my Twitter feed chok full of praise for something called Browsh. It’s a brand new, modern text-based web browser built for the command line. Yes, I did just say a text […]
The command line is fantastically versatile. You can get weather forecasts on the CLI, you can get the latest World Cup scores on the CLI, and you can even watch Star Wars on the CLI. And […]
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is well underway and you’re probably obsessively refreshing your favourite website to get all the latest fixtures and results. But with over 30 nations from around the world competing in this prestigious […]
Tidal subscribers have a new way to listen to the high-fidelity music streaming service while using the Linux desktop. The Spotify rival touts better sound quality and bigger royalty cheques for artists, but it doesn’t provide a desktop […]
When we showed you how to search Google from the command line a lot of you to say you use Duck Duck Go, the awesome privacy-focused search engine. Well, now there’s a tool to search […]
Tizonia is a command-line music player that lets you listen to music on Spotify, Google Play Music, YouTube and Soundcloud from the terminal.
NBA Go is a CLI app that puts realtime NBA scores in the terminal. The open-source tool can also access detailed game stats and player information.
Although a modest release, Tilix 1.7.0 brings some timely bug fixes and feature improvements to the app formerly known as Terminix.
Upterm is billed as a ‘terminal emulator for the 21st century’ — a fairly bold claim. “An IDE in the world of terminals,” claims the Github project page; “Strictly speaking, it’s both a terminal emulator […]
If you wanted to Google from the command line you need to check out Googler, a small open-source tool with lets you search the web from a terminal.