When we talk of email clients for Linux, generally the name of Thunderbird, Geary and Evolution come to our mind. To challenge the authority of these big players, a new open source email client is entering the market.
Get a retro looking vintage Linux terminal with cool-retro-term.
Usually, I focus on applications that are hassle free and easy to use (read GUI oriented). That’s the reason why I included Go For It to do program in the list of Linux productivity tools. Today, I am going to show you yet another to-do list application that is slightly different than the rest. Mytodo […]
Almost three years after MPlaayer 1.1, the new version of MPlayer has been released last week. MPlayer 1.2 brings up support for many new codecs in this release.
Liferea is a nice, easy to use open source RSS client for Linux. It allows you to easily keep track of various RSS feeds so you can read and quickly sort through your collections of news articles, blog posts, and more, even when you are offline.
Google Hangouts can be installed using this app in desktop Linux. Try it now.
StackEdit is perhaps the most feature rich markdown editor ever. Find out why.
If you watch videos in a language other than your mother tongue, perhaps you know the value of subtitles. If you use DVDs or download movies/videos, it is easy to use subtitles with it. You can in fact search and add subtitles automatically with VLC. But things are not that rosy when it comes to […]
NitroShare allows you to wirelessly and painlessly transfer files between Linux, Windows and OS X. Read and find out how to use it.
Got a messy collection of PDF files? Manage your PDF files in a better way with Great Little Book Shelf, a sleek looking open source application.