Open Source

Open source applications may be viable alternatives to popular closed-source applications and some open source tools offers features or performance benefits that surpass their commercial counterparts.

Rambox is Linux’s all-in-one Messenger

Introduction: Rambox is an all-in-one Messenger that enables you to combine Discord, Slack, Facebook Messenger and many other services in one place. Rambox: Add multiple messaging services in a single application Rambox is one of the best ways to manage multiple services for communicating through a single application installed. You can use multiple messaging services… read more »

Nextcloud: Swiss Army Knife for Remote Working Tools

The telework culture has flourished in coding, graphics, and other IT-related fields. But recently Coronavirus pandemic If possible, the company must work from home. Although there are a number of tools to help you and your organization work from home, let me share an open source software that has the ability to combine multiple such… read more »

Shortwave: Modern Open Source Internet Radio Player for Linux

Introduction: Shortwave is a modern-looking open source Internet radio player for Linux desktops. After its recent stable release, let’s take a quick look at it. Shortwave: Open Source Radio Player with Internet Radio shortwave Is an interesting open source radio player that provides a beautiful user interface and a great experience listening to internet stations…. read more »

Create amazing pixel art with free and open source editor Pixelorama

Introduction: Pixelorama is a cross-platform, free and open source 2D Sprite editor. It provides all the necessary tools to create pixel art in a simple user interface. Pixelorama: open source sprite editor Pixelorama Tools created by young game developers Olama Interaction. They developed some 2D games, some of which use pixel art. Although Orama is… read more »

Best open source slack alternative for team communication

Introduction: Here we will study the best open source alternatives, and you can choose to communicate with your team at work. relaxation Is one of the most popular work team communication services. Some might call it a glorified IRC, but that doesn’t affect its popularity. It’s free, with additional features available in its paid plan…. read more »

VokoscreenNG: open source screenshot tool

Introduction: The open source screenshot tool Vokoscreen has been reborn as vokoscreenNG. It was created from scratch using Qt and GStreamer. In this week’s open source software highlights, let’s take a look at vokoscreenNG. Recreate Vokoscreen as vokoscreenNG VokoscreenNG interface Vokoscreen Is one of the best screen recording software on Linux. Although the interface is… read more »

Waterfox: Firefox branch with legacy attachment options

Introduction: Among the highlights of this week’s open source software, let’s take a look at a Firefox-based browser that supports old extensions that Firefox no longer supports, while potentially providing a fast user experience. In terms of web browsers, Google Chrome holds market share. Mozilla Firefox still offers hope for mainstream web browsers who want… read more »

OpenShot Video Editor version 2.5 released with major updates

OpenShot Is one of the best open source video editors available. With all the features it provides, it is already a great video editor on Linux. Now, a major update to it (v.2.5.0), OpenShot adds many new improvements and features. And, trust me, it’s not just any regular distribution, but a huge distribution with features… read more »