Looking for a Linux email client that works with Microsoft Exchange servers, Office365 or Outlook accounts? You’re far from alone. We regularly receive emails and tweets from Ubuntu users who want to know how to set-up a Microsoft Exchange account on Ubuntu so that they can access their work email, calendar, tasks and contacts. Many […]
This post, Hiri Lets You Access Microsoft Exchange Accounts on Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Emoji support on Linux is sort of lacking — but love ’em or loathe ’em, the Unicode-embedded smileys are everywhere. We’ve shown you before how to see color emoji on Ubuntu using EmojiOne, and highlighted a number of neat tools that let you find and enter emoji on your Linux desktop, be it Unity, GNOME, etc. […]
This post, Type Emoji Quickly on Ubuntu Desktop with IBus-UniEmoji, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Rapid Photo Download 0.9.0 is now stable, and available to download. The app, which makes mass importing photos and videos from SD cards, smartphones and USB devices easier, switches from GTK to Qt for this release. We reported on this change when we covered the beta release back in April. Being built and designed by […]
This post, Improve Your Photography Workflow on Linux with Rapid Photo Download 0.9, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
A couple of weeks back we spotlighted Folder Color, a simple app that makes it easy to change folder color on Ubuntu. Great timing it turns out as the app has just picked up a brand-new release that adds support for more icon themes and includes more color options by default. The app is now […]
This post, Folder Color Now Works With More Icon Themes, Includes More Color Options, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Hands up if use GNOME Terminal as your default terminal on Ubuntu? That’s a lot of hands. But although GNOME Terminal is great it doesn’t hurt to try out some alternatives from time to time. Be it the vintage chic of retro term or the modern minimalism of Hyper. Today we present you with another promising alternative […]
This post, Terminus is modern, highly configurable terminal app for Windows, Mac and Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Phockup is a simple, straightforward, command line tool for sorting photos into folders based on date. It’s an ideal tool for making organized backups.
This post, PhockUp is a Clever CLI Tool To Organize Photos by Date, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Next time you a file you want to send to a friend but don’t fancy the hassle of using Dropbox, try Wormhole. It’s a fast, free and secure way to send files to Linux and macOS users. For such a small python app it is truly cosmic: you just open a wormhole on your desktop […]
This post, Wormhole is a Fast, Secure Way to Send Files to Other Users Through the CLI, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Whether you’re a student needing to take notes from a lecture you recorded or a blogger trying to transcribe an audio interview, the following little GNOME app can help. Turning an audio recording into text format is a time-consuming and sometimes tedious affair, with endless stop/starts as you hurriedly attempt to keep pace with the […]
This post, Parlatype is an Ace Audio Transcription App for Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
If you’re on the hunt for an advanced audio equaliser for Ubuntu, you’re definitely going to want to check this app out. It’s called PulseEffects and it’s an equalizer, limiter, reverb, and compressor that works with Pulseaudio, the default sound server in Ubuntu. The app lets you adjust and modify the sound output from any app on a global […]
This post, PulseEffects is a Powerful GTK Audio Effects & Equalizer App for Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
There are plenty of free multimedia converters for Ubuntu available, with command-line champ FFmpeg arguably the most powerful of them all. But this power comes with a complexity. Using FFMpeg to convert media through the command line can be intimidating and arcane. Which is why FFMpeg frontends are popular. Curlew is a slick GTK3 frontend to FFMpeg designed solely […]
This post, Curlew is a GTK Media Converter for the GNOME desktop, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.