Widely popular todo list application of smartphone world Remember The Milk comes to Linux.
An Open Source Android app to protect your eyes and help you sleep better.
See what devices are on your network and other network usage with this GUI tool.
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.
These are the best instant messaging apps with native Linux client. Take a pick.
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. […]
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 Popcorn Time which is a good thing to navigate and easy browse through available content. […]
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 […]
How do you manage tasks and remember things in desktop Linux? I preferred using sticky notes in Ubuntu for a long time. But the problem I faced was syncing it with other devices, especially with my smartphone. This is the reason why went on with Google Keep. Now, Google Keep is feature rich app and […]
Pushbullet is an app available for iOS and Android devices that lets you send files, links, images from your desktop to your mobile device and vice versa. Pushbullet can be used in any OS by installing extensions in Firefox or Chrome. If you are not fan of browser extensions and want to use something more […]
Want to keep a quick eye on the internet speed? Most system monitor applet indicators do provide network monitoring but they are usually in bar-graph mode. If you want to know the internet speed in bits per second, you can install Netspeed indicator applet. Sitting in the top panel, Netspeed indicator shows you the sum […]
Download and install Viber in Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora.
There are several way to watch TV series on your desktop. Downloading torrents, watching episodes uploaded on You Tube or other such video sharing websites, several streaming sites and may be couple or other methods (such as using a TV tuner card). But today I am going to tell you about a program, TV-MAXE, that […]
Using Conky in Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 have never been so easy, all thanks to this GUI application Conky Manager. Conky is a light weight free system monitor available on Linux and BSD. It can display the system information and statistics in such an elegant way. In fact, if you want Android like wallpapers in […]
Calligra’s Android version Coffice brings native ODT support to Android. This is just the first stable version that supports only ODT at present.
Great Little Radio Player provides some nice features on the top of a traditional radio streamer in Ubuntu but is it the best radio player for Ubuntu?
Tweak tools have always been in demand considering how much Linux users prefer to experiment with the looks of their desktop. Ubuntu has several tweak tools that are potent enough to do a lot of changes to Unity interface. My Unity and Ubuntu Tweak are such honourable names in the tweak world of Ubuntu. But […]
My Weather Indicator is an app that gives you an Android styled weather widget for Ubuntu 12.10. Find out more to install and configure it.
Not familiar with text based PPP connection in linux such wvdial? Don’t have to worry because we are gonna tell you simple tool with great quality and best part, it’s free software!
Indicator Stickynotes is definitely the best sticky note for Ubuntu and other Linux distribution to compete with its Windows counterpart.