Brief: A simple open-source password and encryption key manager app, let’s explore what it has to offer and how you can get it installed. We often tend to ignore many default/pre-installed applications, especially when numerous tools and utilities are baked in. One
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Brief: A Linux app to help you quickly track market movements. Usually, you would log in to a service on your web browser to monitor and track the market for investment opportunities if you’re an investor/trader. But, what if you want an
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Brief: Dialect is a straightforward app that lets you translate between languages using web services. To explore more, let us take a closer look. While you can launch the web browser and directly use any translation service to get the job done,
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Brief: Pensela is an interesting screen annotation tool available cross-platform. Let us take a closer look at it. You may have come across several screenshot tools available for Linux. However, a dedicated screen annotation tool along with the ability to take screenshots?
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Brief: Revolt is a promising free and open-source choice to replace Discord. Here, we take a look at what it offers along with its initial impressions. Discord is a feature-rich collaboration platform primarily tailored for gamers. Even though you can use Discord
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Brief: Tangram is a browser that aims to help you run and manage web applications in Linux. Let’s take a look at how it works. Even if we have native Linux applications available for several tools, many end up using web applications.
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Brief: Zulip is an open-source collaboration platform that pitches itself as a better replacement to Slack. Let us take a closer look. Messaging and collaboration platforms make a big difference when it comes to your work. While there are several options available,
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Brief: Ulauncher is a fast application launcher with extension and shortcut support to help you quickly access application and files in Linux. An application launcher lets you quickly access or open an app without hovering over the application menu icons. By default,
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Let me share a scenario. You are trying to watch a movie or video and you need subtitles. You download the subtitle only to find that the subtitle is not properly synchronized. There are no other good subtitles available. What to do
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Brief: Planner is an open-source to-do list app that helps you organize and collect your ideas/tasks. There are several tools and services that let us organize and manage tasks. But, if it is primarily tailored for Linux and offers a fantastic user
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