Want the classic looks and feel of Firefox along with the classic extensions? Take a look at Basilisk web browser.
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Session is an open source messenger that provides end to end encryption without a central server and doesn’t even need your phone number. There are more features that make it a dream come true for privacy concerned people.
Vokoscreen, open source screencasting tool, has been reborn as vokoscreenNG. It is created from scratch using Qt and GStreamer.
Take a look at a Firefox-based browser that supports legacy extensions that Firefox no longer supports while potentially providing fast user experience.
Dino is a modern looking, encrypted XMPP client. It is an excellent open source tool for privacy aware people who want decentralized communication.
Joplin is an open source note taking and to-do application. You can organize notes into notebooks and tag them. Joplin also provides a web-clipper to save articles from the internet.
Syncthing is an open-source peer-to-peer file synchronization tool that you can use for syncing files between multiple devices (including an Android phone).
LMMS is a free and open source DAW available for Linux, Windows and macOS. It provides all the features you would expect in standard DAW software.
Catfish is a nifty file searching GUI tool for Linux desktop. The interface is lightweight and simple and the tool allows to refine your search with criteria like time, file type etc.
Signal is a secure open-source messaging app for smartphones. It also offers a standalone desktop app for Linux, Windows, and macOS. Here, we take a look at its features and usability.