A beautiful open-source cross-platform music player with a good feature set like lyrics display and upload, library management and more.
A GUI front-end to ImageMagick to convert and manipulate images on Linux. Learn more about using this nifty tool.
Looking for the GUI comfort for NeoVim? Here are a few projects that give a graphical interface to the awesome NeoVim editor.
Rnote is an excellent app for sketching and taking handwritten notes. Check it out here.
A free and open-source app for two-factor authentication codes on the Linux desktops.
Ghostwriter is a great open-source writing app with Markdown support for Linux, Windows, and macOS. Learn more here.
Popular Windows tool CPU-Z is not available for Linux. However, there is a similar tool called CPU-X. Check it out for getting CPU and other hardware info in Linux.
Looking for Figma alternatives but want free and open-source solutions? We have some suggestions!
A GUI program to help you manage chroot(s) with ease. Take a look at Atoms here and get started with it.
CrossOver lets you run Windows software on Linux, macOS, and ChromeOS. Read the complete review to know if it’s worth getting the ‘paid version of WINE’.