Timekpr (Revived)- An Open Source Parental Control App for Linux

How many times have you heard of a parental control app on Linux? You have probably assumed they aren’t as good enough ones as there are for Windows platform. Well, today, we have one such app for you and it does quite a good job. It’s called Timekpr (Revived) Weird name, but hey, it’s open source […]

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Fotoxx – A Photo Editor and Collection Manager for Linux

Fotoxx is an open source image editing and collection manager robust and powerful enough for professional use. With a focus on editing images taken with a digital camera, it is excellent at managing large photo collections while packing alongside a thumbnail browser, image search using any meta data and (partial) file names, support for batch operations, RAW file import, and a comprehensive set of […]

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ClipGrab – Download Video from YouTube, Facebook and Other Sites

ClipGrab is an open source download application with which you can search for and download videos from several famous websites like YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, Dailymotion, etc. It also has an inbuilt video converter to handle formats like MPEG, WMV, and MP3, among others. It features a fairly simple User Interface with a panel to display results […]

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Qmmp – Multimedia Player for Linux (Alternative to Winamp or XMMS)

If you are familiar with Winamp or XMMS then this music player should not appear strange to you. After all, it has been in development for over 10 years! Qmmp is a Qt-based multimedia player with a focus on simplicity and versatility. It features a simple but nice UI, an inbuilt music tag editor , […]

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Tusk – A Cross-Platform Electron-Based Evernote Alternative

I have written about a good number of alternative Evernote clients before (e.g. Whatever , ForeverNote , and TagSpaces ,) and I even went on to compile a list of the  Top 6 Alternative Evernote (Note Taking) Clients for Linux which does not include any of the aforementioned apps. The list of Evernote clients for […]

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JumpFm – An Electron-based File Manager Focused on Performance

We have covered a couple of Linux file managers recently and the genre doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon. Today, we bring you a file manager that is so skilled at navigation that it had to contain “jump” in its name and go by the name of JumpFm. JumpFm is a cross-platform dual panel file […]

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Nuvola Player – Stream Cloud Music Directly from Your Desktop

Nuvola Player is an open source web-based music streaming application with a focus on providing more features than the typical web browsers would. It is built to look and feel like a native desktop application as much as possible with features like support for multimedia keys, integration with various sound menus, launchers, desktop notifications, Last […]

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ReText – A Powerful Text Editor for Markdown and reStructuredText

We have written on more than a handful of text editors in the past year but hey, it’s open source; there are a lot more from where the others came from. Today, we bring you a Linux app with a focus on Markdown editing and reStructuredText markup languages – ReText. ReText is an open source and lightweight but efficient […]

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WoeUSB – Create Bootable Windows USB Sticks from Linux

We have written on tools .e.g. ISO Image Writer , Fedora Media Writer , and Etcher , with which you can make flash drives bootable. But even them have issues making flash drives and memory cards bootable with Windows in my experience. The tool we introduce to you today is capable of achieving this feat without stress; […]

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