Do you suffer from information overload and/or FOMO (fear of missing out)? If so, these Web apps for collecting all your content are sure to come in handy.
Articles by Ivana Isadora Devcic
With its attractive minimalist design, Smart Launcher aims to be a lightweight launcher for Android devices, yet doesn’t sacrifice features. Take a look.
Since Scribd is modifying its business model to become “Netflix for books,” it’s time to consider some Scribd alternatives. Here are 5 to get you started.
If you’ve always wanted to create your own WordPress theme but don’t have the coding skills or time to invest in learning, Layers is definitely for you.
Did you know that you can change the appearance of every single website you visit? Stylish is a powerful add-on for Firefox that lets you modify websites.
CherryTree, an Evernote client written in Python for Linux and Windows, lets you organize notes in a smart and logical way. Let’s check it out.
Are you a bookworm? Here are some tools for you to track your reading habits, get tailored recommendations and connect with other bibliophiles.
grep is a reliable tool for in-depth file searching. The following tools extend grep’s functionality and wrap it in a full-fledged graphical interface.
Many photo managers for Linux are only good for viewing. KPhotoAlbum is a powerful KDE application that allows you to organize many photos at once.
There are many apps that can help us plan activities, remind us of important events and improve our productivity. Here are 5 useful time management apps for Android.
KKEdit text editor was inspired by BBEdit and it brings the best of its features to Linux in a lightweight, fast, GTK2-styled package. Let’s check it out.
There are many productivity apps that can help us become more efficient. The following apps make use of Google services and are particularly handy as Chrome apps. Check them out.
Dooble is a small but fast browser that is mainly concerned with privacy and security, and its interesting approach makes it worth taking a look.
KDE is full of customization options and the default lock screen might be one of the things you’d like to change. Here’s how you can do it.
Sometimes it’s easier to take notes directly in the browser than on a separate application. Here are some of the best note taking apps for Firefox.
If you suffer from writer’s block, maybe it’s time to change your word processor to something different. Here are some useful writing tools for Linux.
Cantata is a new music player for Linux with plenty of options and services and has a few features that make it stand out from the rest. Let’s check it out.
There’s a new app called Gravit that aims to be an alternative to Adobe Freehand and Fireworks. It is open-source and cross-platform compatible. Let’s check it out.
Watching YouTube videos doesn’t have to be limited to the browser window. Here are two Youtube desktop players for Linux: Atraci and QMPlay2.
Do you often need to compare different versions of the same file to keep track of changes. Here are some of the file comparison (diff) tools for LInux.