These native Linux apps will help you to stay healthy and fit while you work on Linux systems.
Choosing the right applications from so many alternatives can be a tiresome task. So, here’s a list of essential Linux applications that every Linux user should use.
digiKam 5.0 installation instructions for Ubuntu 16.04 and Linux Mint.
Orbital Apps bring portability and offline installation capability to Linux applications.
A tiny app for simple translation tasks in desktop Linux.
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 […]
These tips and tools will surely help you in increasing your productivity in Linux environment.
Google Hangouts can be installed using this app in desktop Linux. Try it now.
These apps enable you to change desktop background automatically or use a live wallpaper in Ubuntu and Linux Mint.
Listen to natural white noise music with Ambient Noise Music Player application In Ubuntu.
Complete guide with screenshots to show you how to install and configure Ubuntu SDK in Ubuntu.
Some of the lucky ones have managed to get their hands on Ubuntu Phone. As you might have noticed, the user interface in Ubuntu Phone is not similar to Android and iOS. For this reason, it is easy to get overwhelmed by this non-familiar mobile OS. This is why I have thought of coming with […]
If you have too many applications crowding all the space in Unity launcher, you might be thinking of a better way to manage them. Making icons tinier by reducing the icon size is one way, but would it not be better if you could group a bunch of icons? This is what we already do in Android […]
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 […]
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 the average user. Why not use a standalone application which has the sole aim of generating a collage. Meet PhotoCollage, a free and open source […]
You installed a fresh new Ubuntu 13.10 and then you did all the must to do things after installing Ubuntu 13.10. Did you notice one thing that you have installed several applications using PPA? Even when you delete the application installed using the PPA, the PPA remains in your list of sources. Sooner or later, […]
The default app store for Ubuntu, Ubuntu Software Center is a nice yet extremely slow and resource heavy application. For me, Ubuntu Software Centre is among the few things I hate in Ubuntu. For sometimes now, I was feeling the need of a lighter version of Ubuntu Software Centre. And it seems like I was […]
XnRetro adds retro and vintage effects to images in Linux. Read more to find how to use it.
Once a vital medium of entertainment, radio is still a popular way to listen to music. As technology progressed, the form of radio has been changed, In the age of internet, radio too has been transformed from a stand alone gadget to a computer application. In this post, we’ll see 3 best radio apps in […]
Found Weather Indicator broken? Here is a quick tip on how to install Weather Indicator in Ubuntu 13.04?
EasyShutdown is a nice little app that lets you schedule shutdown in Ubuntu. Read more about it.
4K Video Downloader is a nice and easy to use dedicated tool to download videos from YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc in Ubuntu.