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‘Rnote’ is an Impressive Freehand Note Taking App Built in Rust & GTK4

Rnote is a seriously impressive freehand note taking app written in Rust and GTK4. I came across it on Flathub this week and, within seconds of installing it, I knew I had to give it a bit of a spotlight. If you’ve got a laptop with a stylus or t…

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Say Hello to Warble, a ‘Wordle’ Clone for elementary OS

It was inevitable that the popularity of viral word guessing game Wordle would inspire clones, and thus only a matter of time before one of them popped up on Linux. And lo, it has. elementary OS gets to call first-dibs with Warble. Built by Andrew Voja…

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This App Makes Installing GNOME Extensions MUCH Easier

Want to install GNOME extensions without using a web browser? Check out the new ‘Extension Manager’ app. Full details on this super handy tool inside.
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Pinta 2.0 Released, Completes Port to GTK3 & .NET 6

With a new year starting you might be planning to indulge your creativity side this year — and if so, take a look at the latest stable release of open source image editing app Pinta. Pinta 2.0 is major new release that completes the app’s transit…

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Need a Thunderbird Tray Icon on Ubuntu? Try BirdTray

Thunderbird is Ubuntu’s default e-mail client but it’s not the most well integrated of tools — at least, not by default. For instance, some Linux apps (e.g., Telegram) show an unread count on the Ubuntu dock while the app is running. This m…

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‘Video Trimmer’ GTK App Adds Dark Mode, New Encode Option

‘Video Trimmer’ is a small, supremely-focused editing too for cutting down video clips. It just got a new release with a few new features – details inside.
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Linux Mint’s (Ace) Sticky Notes App Works Great on Ubuntu

If you’re half as forgetful as I am then you’ll… —Nope, sorry; I’ve forgotten where I was going with this, so let’s talk about Linux Mint’s neat sticky notes app instead. I used to use real post-it notes in real life. A to…

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Vivaldi Web Browser Turns 5, Celebrates with New Features

If feels like only yesterday that I leaned back in this chair wondering how best to introduce you all to the ‘new’ Chromium-based web browser Vivaldi. Vivaldi 5.0 on Android introduces something of a first: a two-row tab bar Thankfully I di…

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Is ‘jnrl’ the Best Journaling App for the Command Line?

Want to log your thoughts and memories without leaving the command line? A reader recently mailed in to tell me about an app called jrnl, a journaling app with a difference: it’s designed to be used from a terminal, not a web browser or mobile ap…

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Find Files Faster with FSearch, an ‘Everything Search Engine’ for Linux

If you’re looking for a super fast file search tool for Linux that’s similar to Everything Search Engine for Windows, we’ve got you covered. FSearch is exactly what you’re looking for. “[Everything Search Engine] provides instan…

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Top 5 Open-Source Project Management Tools for Linux

Different project management software tools come in all shapes and sizes, vary in functionality and deployment models (SaaS or on-premises) but they are always used to collaborate and delegate tasks based on the needs of a team. Here, we take a look at…

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SoftMaker FreeOffice 2021 is Now Available to Download

Softmaker FreeOffice 2021 is now available to download. As with previous versions of this free (but not open source) alternative to Microsoft Office, the full suite of apps is available across Windows, macOS, and Linux with no feature limitations or pa…

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Slimbook Battery 4 Released with Improved Power-Saving Features

Slimbook Battery 4 is out. Its goal: to extend battery life of Linux laptops. The open source energy-tuning utility can also improve performance too.
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Annotator is a Slick Annotation Tool for Linux Desktops

Sometimes I want to annotate an image quickly, but without loading up a full-blown image editing app like The GIMP. Today I found an amazing app that lets me do just that. Annotator by Trevor Williams is something of a cross between the macOS Preview a…

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6 Best Note-Taking Apps for Linux

In 1993, only 693 websites existed on the Internet while in ’99, only 23 blogs existed on our dear old friend. In 2006, that number jumped to having over 50 million websites on the Internet. Today, we have over one billion websites on the Internet. We’re no longer swimming in options, we’re drowning in them. […]

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gThumb 3.12 Released with HEIF/HEIC & AVIF Image Support

The Thumb 3.12 release is here and it’s full of improvements, including native support for the HEIF and AVIF image formats, as well as Apple’s HEIC.
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Spotify Linux Client (Finally) Fixes Its Annoying Bug

It’s a bug that has irritated me for the past 12 months but, at last, Spotify devs have fixed it in the latest update to the official Spotify Linux client.
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From the GNOME Circle – Top Useful Apps for GNOME Users

With the GNOME Circle, the GNOME Foundation promotes the development of useful applications and tools for the everyday life of a GNOME user. In this series of articles, we now present various useful applications from the GNOME Circle project.
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NewsFlash is an Awesome RSS Feed Reader for Linux

NewsFlash is an RSS feed reader client for Linux. Built in GTK, NewsFlash integrates well with the GNOME Shell desktop. Learn more about its features.
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Download Google Fonts Quickly with this Neat GTK App

Font Download a GTK app for Linux desktops. It lets you search, browse, preview, download, and install fonts from Google Fonts on your Linux desktop.
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