Atraci: A New You Tube Based Streaming Music Player

Atraci You Tube Based Music Player

Atraci is a new open source streaming music player that streams music from You Tube but in a nicer and cleaner interface. Apart from listening to the top tracks, you can search for an artist or album, create playlists. You can also see the songs you played previously in history. In terms of interface, it is […]

Display Song Lyrics On Desktop In Ubuntu 14.04

Display Song Lyrics on Ubuntu desktop and Linux Mint

Apart from free streaming music, what I like the most in Spotify is its lyrics plugin. At times I don’t understand all of the words of the song, specially if it’s rap. TuneWiki plugin comes handy in this case. While TuneWiki has plugins for Windows Media Player and iTune, what options do we have on […]

Indulge In Open Source Hardware Design With Fritzing

Fritzing View Open Source Hardware

Fritzing is not just  a PCB design tool, it’s an Open Source hardware initiative that aims to “open source” hardware (read electronics) design. Fritzing provides a software tool along with a community of electronics enthusiasts where users can document their prototype, share it with others and manufacture professional PCBs. The video below will give you a […]

Make Collages In Linux With PhotoCollage App

photo collage maker in ubuntu linux

Looking for a collage maker application for Linux? You can use various Linux image applications such as GIMP, Inkscape etc for this purpose but these are full featured applications and may be overwhelming for average user. Why not use a standalone application which has sole aim of generating collage. Meet PhotoCollage, a free and open source […]

How To Install Copy In Ubuntu 14.04 & Linux Mint 17

Install Copy in Ubuntu 14.04 and Linux Mint 17

After the shut down of Ubuntu One, Dropbox (referral link) is the only major personal (and professional) cloud storage provider with native Linux support. While Dropbox is undoubtedly an excellent cloud service, it provides very limited storage (2 GB) in its free version. Another good alternative to Dropbox for Linux could have been Google Drive with […]