Github has announced Atom IDE, an add-on that transforms the Atom text editor into a full IDE using language servers to provide syntactical analysis of code.
A new version of Pithos, the open-source Pandora Radio client for Linux desktops, is available to download. Pithos 1.4.0 introduces a number of new plugins that extend its feature set, including a 10-band equalizer, a screensaver/lock screen inhibiter, and a volume normalizer. The app also adds F1 keyboard shortcut for opening the online Pithos wiki; […]
Desktop wallpaper just got interesting again. Hands up if you recall the animated wallpaper app Komorebi? No? We featured this nifty open-source wallpaper app a couple of times earlier in the year. At the time we praised the app for its slick pseudo-parallax effects and for trying to something a touch more innovative — if a […]
A new version of OpenShot, the crash-happy open-source non-linear video editor, is available to download. While the previous couple of releases were big on features the latest release is a “stability-focused release”, says project lead Jonathan Thomas. A few minor fixes elsewhere also slip in, including improved undo/redo history, and a new freeze and zoom menu. But reliability […]
It’s been well over two and a half years since feature-rich screenshot tool Shutter was last updated — but a new release is finally here! Shutter’s last release was back in 2014, so this update has been a little overdue. But don’t get too excited; the wait doesn’t mean the app picks up any new features. […]
This post, Screenshot Tool ‘Shutter’ Gets First Update in Over 2 Years, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Upterm is billed as a ‘terminal emulator for the 21st century’ — a fairly bold claim. “An IDE in the world of terminals,” claims the Github project page; “Strictly speaking, it’s both a terminal emulator and an interactive shell based on Electron.” I spent some time playing with the app see if it offered anything […]
The ‘radical’ redesign of Skype that most of the internet seems to hate is now available on Linux — hurrah! But before you get anxious about upgrading I should say that the redesign is not being forced on you — not yet, anyway! Instead, to try what Microsoft calls “the most expressive Skype ever” on Linux […]
This post, The Skype Redesign Everyone Hates Is Now Available on Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Tusk is a new unofficial and open-source Evernote app for Linux, Mac and Windows that adds extra features to the Evernote web app.
This post, Tusk Adds Much Needed Features to Evernote Web App, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.