Psst – New Native Spotify App for Linux, Built in Rust & GTK

For those don’t like Electron apps, ‘Psst’ is a new GTK client for the Spotify music service. Since the official Spotify app for Linux is a web app running via Chromium engine, native Linux apps may be preferred. And ‘Psst’ is a free open-source app written in Rust programming language with GTK framework for user… Continue reading Psst – New Native Spotify App for Linux, Built in Rust & GTK

Video Trimmer – A Stupid Simple App to Cut a Clip Out of a Video in Linux

Want to cut a clip out of a video and share with your friends? Try Video Trimmer, a stupid easy way for those working on Linux. In Linux there are quite a few ways to cut clips or trim videos either in graphical or using command line tools. While video editors are heavy to do… Continue reading Video Trimmer – A Stupid Simple App to Cut a Clip Out of a Video in Linux

Search DuckDuckGo from Terminal in Ubuntu Linux via ddgr Command

For command line users want to search on DuckDuckGo, ddgr is the free open-source tool to search from Linux terminal. It’s a tiny tool written mostly in Python3. And it’s quite easy to use. For instance, run the command below will search ‘Windows 11’ and output 10 results per page. ddgr Windows 11 You can… Continue reading Search DuckDuckGo from Terminal in Ubuntu Linux via ddgr Command

Fotoxx – Photo Editor & Large Collection Manager while Super Fast

Looking for a lightweight photo editor and management app for Linux? Try Fotoxx, a free and open-source software which is super fast. Fotoxx is a GTK application to organize and manage a large image collection, edit and optimize photos, and perform batch operations. Unlike other image editor, Fotoxx has app menus in the left pane… Continue reading Fotoxx – Photo Editor & Large Collection Manager while Super Fast

Qpdf Tools – Beginner’s Tool to Compress, Split, Merge, Rotate PDF in Ubuntu

Working with PDF files regularly in Ubuntu Linux? QPDF Tools is a nifty tool to manage your PDF documents. It’s a free and open-source software, easy to use Qt based user interface for Ghostscript and Stapler, with ability to compress, split, merge and rotate your pdf documents. The main window is simple and works with… Continue reading Qpdf Tools – Beginner’s Tool to Compress, Split, Merge, Rotate PDF in Ubuntu