You folks must think that I’m obsessed with Emoji, but you’d be …No, you’d be absolutely right about that. Actually, I don’t overuse the popular pictorial glyphs that dominate daily communication. But I do appreciate being able to find the one I want to use in a timely manner. The precisely named Emoji Selector for […]
A revamped version of the Cinnamon Spices website is now live, showcasing the latest and most popular add-ons for the Linux Mint desktop.
This post, Revamped Cinnamon Desktop Add-ons Website Is Now Live, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
I don’t listen to the radio that often, but when I do it’s certainly not in the traditional way. Like many, I listen to internet radio on my PC using a Linux radio app. A small selection of such players are available. They range from fully featured radio managers like Gradio, to lightweight and stripped back radio stream players like (the […]
This post, Goodvibes is an Internet Radio Player App for Ubuntu, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Ubports developer Marius Grispgård has revealed that he's working on a way to run Android apps on Ubuntu Phone using Sfdroid.
This post, This Dev Is Working on a Way to Run Android Apps on Ubuntu Phone, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Curious about Dell's Ubuntu-powered laptops? So is Linux personality Bryan Lunduke, who talks to Dell's Barton George to learn more.
This post, Dell Has Sold ‘Tens of Millions’ Dollars’ Worth of Linux Laptops, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Work on a new Minecraft launcher for Linux has been underway for a while, but is now ready for testing.
This post, Help Test The New (Java-Free!) Minecraft Launcher for Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
The stylish desktop email client from Nylas is once again free to use, and has picked up a new name in the process. Nylas Mail is the new name for the open-source desktop app hitherto known as Nylas N1. Along with the new name comes a new icon and a new free plan for regular users. Nylas N1 Vs Nylas Mail Nylas […]
Mobile World Congress 2017 kicks off next month, and Canonical is, once again, going to be in attendance. But although there are unlikely to be any shiny new Ubuntu phones and tablets to show off, Ubuntu Touch won’t be entirely absent. And it’s all thanks to the community. Canonical at MWC 2017 Last MWC saw the Bq Aquaris […]
This post, The Fairphone 2 Running Ubuntu Will Be On Show at MWC17, was written by Scott Bouvier and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
We show you how to install the latest GIMP development release on Ubuntu. This lets you experience all the new features coming in GIMP 2.10 nice and early.
This post, How To Install The Latest GIMP 2.9 Development Build on Ubuntu, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
The GIMP is our favorite image editing app for Linux, and this year it’s set to get even better. The development team behind the hugely popular open-source project this week shared word about ‘what’s next for GIMP‘ in 2017. Included are details on plans for GIMP 2.10, which will be the first major stable release of the app since GIMP 2.8 was released […]
Canonical engineer Ted Gould has put the case for Ubuntu Phone, arguing that mobile carriers will appreciate the 'flexibility' to bundle apps and services.
This post, The Case for Ubuntu Phone: Flexibility for Mobile Networks, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
I’m pretty capture happy with my Nexus 5X because a) the camera is decent and b) live with 6 very comical cats… Sometimes I take videos but only want to use a specific part of it, be it to turn into an animated gif or quickly share it with folks online. This is where video trimming apps come in handy. […]
Opera Software debuted an all-new concept browser called Opera Neon yesterday. Neon is fast, blingy, and a little bit gimmicky, but does some neat new stuff that has gotten a lot of people quite excited. Sadly, Neon wasn’t made available to download on Linux. And now we find out that it won’t be. Like, ever. We reached […]
This post, Opera Won’t Be Bringing New Browser ‘Neon’ to Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Last August Canonical shared design mockups of a new, converged Terminal app it wants to offer on its new Unity 8 desktop. Now the app exists. The current development version is not perfect, polished or feature complete, but it is looking more like the mockups than earlier versions did, and now lets you split and tile terminals both vertically and horizontally. It’s not 1:1, mind. The current […]
This post, Ubuntu’s Converged Terminal App Is Starting to Take Shape, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
This post, Say Hello to Opera Neon, a New Concept Browser from Opera, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
It is crazy how fast — and how drastically — tastes change. The desktop screencast in the video player aboves my Ubuntu 8.10 desktop as it looked back in 2008, in all its gaudy over-glossed glory. AWN? Check. Screenlets? Check. Compiz cube? Ch-ch-check! Like an old photo of a bad haircut, this video is very much of its its time. […]
This post, Man, I Used To Think My Ubuntu Desktop Looked So Cool…, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.