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Top 10 Great Ubuntu Apps for Everyone [Part 4]

This article gives you the top 10 great Ubuntu apps in 2022 (part 4) that you may use for your daily workflow.
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A Wild Metadata Cleaner for Linux Appeared!

We look at a Linux app that can remove metadata from files and EXIF data from photos. The app is free, open source software made with GTK and Python.
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Sunamu is a Slick ‘Now Playing’ Widget for Your Desktop

I usually use Conky to show ‘Now Playing’ info from music players on my desktop. I recently switched to Sunamu and in this post I share it with you!
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Curtail is an Awesome Image Compressor Tool for Linux

Curtail is an image compressor for Linux desktops. Built in GTK, it optimises JEPG and PNG images to reduce image file size without reducing image quality.
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‘Cider’ is an Open Source Apple Music Client for Linux Desktops

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber wanting to use the service on Linux, you have to check out Cider. Cider (inspired name, eh?) is an “open-source, community-oriented Apple Music client” for Windows, macOS (not that they need it), an…

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Dialect is a Useful Language Translation Tool for Linux Desktops

Need to translate one language to another? Skip opening a browser tab and install Dialect. This neat GTk4 translation tool can do it all – and then some!
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Gotop is a Cool CLI System Monitor Tool for Linux

I’m a ‘fessed up fan of btop, a colossally cool looking and comprehensive system monitoring utility accessed from the command line. I included it in my list of the best command line tools because I genuinely think it’s one of the best…

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Tidal-hifi is the Best App for Streaming Tidal Music on Linux

Listen to TIDAL on your Linux desktop thanks to this Electron-based desktop TIDAL client that integrates the official web player into the desktop.
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Check Your Battery’s Health from the Command Line with Battop

I share a cool CLI tool for checking your battery health, cycle count, capacity, and more on Linux. It’s free, open source, and very nice to look at!
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Black Box is a GTK4 Terminal App With Unique Look

Black Box is a GTK4 terminal emulator for Linux desktops. It boasts innovative UI features, 12 terminal themes, and is easy to install from Flathub.
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Terminal Tip: ‘duf’ is Prettier Alternative to the ‘df’ Command

I wouldn’t call myself a command line ninja but I do have a soft spot for getting things done using a CLI. At the end of 2021 I wrote a list of the best command line apps I use on the regular. In that rundown I spotlighted btop, a powerful and en…

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BlueMail E-Mail Client Gets a Makeover, Support for Wayland

BlueMail is a free, proprietary e-mail client with Linux builds. It supports most mail providers and protocols, has a large feature set, and now a new look.
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Flameshot Screenshot Tool Just Added Even More Features

When it comes to screenshot tools for Linux nothing rivals the feature set offered by the Qt-based Flameshot — and the app just got a major update.
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Tagger is a Terrific GTK Audio Tag Editor for Linux Desktops

Looking for an open source audio tag editor with a simple, straightforward UI and decent feature set? Check out Tagger, a new GTK app for Linux desktops.
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Amberol GTK Music App Gains New Features, Reduces Memory Usage

I’m a big fan of Emmanuele Bassi’s Amberol music player and the latest version, released this weekend adds a couple of pretty big new features. Before I get to those, I will point out that this GTK-based music music player has been updated …

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Use Authenticator to Generate Two-Factor Authentication Codes on Linux

‘Authenticator’ is an easy to use two-factor authentication app for the Linux desktop, and lets you generate 2-factor authentication codes for more than 290 services.
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EverSticky: Sticky Notes App for Linux that Syncs to Evernote

When it comes to sticky note apps for Linux it’s fair to say we’re spoilt for choice – heck knows I’ve tried most of the ones out there! EverSticky is another open-source sticky notes app for Linux but it has a major difference: it sy…

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Warp: a Fantastically Simple File Transfer App for Linux

When you need to send a file from your Linux desktop try Warp. It’s a modern GTK4 app using the ‘Wormhole’ protocol for encrypted file sending between PCs.
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Plex Desktop App Debuts on Linux as a Snap

Plex fans may be interested to hear that an official Plex Desktop app for Linux is now available to install from the Snap Store. Alongside the debut of its Linux desktop app (more on that in a second) is a ‘buttery smooth’ TV mode in Plex H…

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Inkscape 1.2 is Now Available to Download

Ahoy, a new version of Inkscape has appeared. We take a look at the key new features in Inkscape 1.2, the official release video, and share download links.
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