Tutorial to show you how to install desktop client for WhatsApp in any Linux distribution.
There are no better desktop Twitter client for Linux. There are only few such applications and unfortunately all of them are buggy and do not have all the features that you might expect in a full native Twitter app. Good news is that such apps are being developed, no matter how slow is the development. […]
Overheating of laptops is a common issue one faces these days. Monitoring hardware temperature may help you to diagnose why laptop is getting overheated. In this article, we’ll see how to check CPU temperature in Ubuntu. We are going to use a GUI tool Psensor that allows you to monitor hardware temperature in Linux. With Psensor […]
Rejoice podcast fans! A dedicated podcast app Vocal for Linux has just reached its first stable version. Vocal is a podcast app designed specifically for elementary OS Freya and available for all other Linux distributions. It has a UI which resembles to Popcorn Time which is a good thing to navigate and easy browse through […]
Facebook Messenger has announced the web version of its messaging service recently. This enables you to chat distraction free. While this web version is useful in many ways, one might want to have a dedicated desktop app for Facebook Messenger. In desktop Linux, you can use Facebook messaging via Pidgin, but it’s not the same […]