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Copyu – A Text Editor-Like Weekly Planner

Copyu is a free, cross-platform, and open-source productivity app for planning all your weekly tasks using a sizeable app window. Copyu is as simple as a To-Do app can be and it is easy to set up and get straight to using. It combines your calendar app with a todo list and you are to make entries

Colibri – A Unique Minimalist Browser Without Tabs

Today, we’ve got a somewhat non-conventional app for you and depending on how ready you are to jump on a new idea, you might just fall in love with it. This new idea is bundled in the form of Colibri, a browser that was not available for Linux until recently. Colibri is a free, proprietary, secure,

cloudHQ – Sync Google Apps and G Suite to Cloud Accounts for Free

cloudHQ is a free and secure software desktop client that enables you to back data up from your Google account apps e.g. Gmail and Google Drive to a variety of other Cloud service options including Amazon S3, Office 365, Egnyte, Evernote, Dropbox, and Google Drive. cloudHQ comes with a number of tools to improve user productivity

ClickUp – An Awesome Project Management and Productivity App

ClickUp is a productivity platform that provides a fundamentally new way to work. More than just task management – ClickUp offers notes, reminders, goals, calendar, scheduling, and even an inbox. Fully customizable, ClickUp works for every type of team, so all teams can use the same app to plan, organize, and collaborate. ClickUp Features Assigned

Chronos Timetracker – An Open-Source Desktop Client for JIRA

If you have worked with teams in the past over the years then you must have come across AGILE (an iterative approach to project management and software development) methodology. Don’t Miss: 9 Productivity Tools for Linux That Are Worth Your Attention JIRA is an Agile-based management tool that provides developers, designers, and team members with bug tracking,

Chronobreak – An Open-Source Pomodoro Timer Alternative

Fitting in too many tasks within a short space of time could be daunting, but productivity timers make things a lot easier. These timers ensure users are focused by breaking up their tasks into scalable bits and fitting in resting periods at pre-determined intervals. We have written on such apps before including Gnome Pomodoro  and

Autobeat – One App for SoundCloud, YouTube, and Local Music

Autobeat is an Electron-based music player that combines YouTube, SoundCloud, and tracks from your local music library into a simple user Interface. Like many apps that combine multiple services into a single app e.g. Rambox and Manageyum , Autobeat eliminates the need to chase (in this case,) music across multiple services because it houses the most popular

ANGRYsearch – A Fast File Search Tool for Linux Desktops

It wasn’t too long that we published an article about FSearch , a system stand-alone search utility tool for Linux. Today, we have another powerful app for you and it goes by the name of ANGRYsearch. Read Also: 6 Most Awesome Quick File Searching Tools for Linux Desktop ANGRYsearch is a free and open-source Linux

Alternative Linux-centric App Stores to Google Play for Chrome OS

The native Linux experience on Chrome OS is relatively new in the form of debian Linux and was limited to the extremely unstable canary and dev channel of the operating system up until recently when it made its debut in the beta channel. The container came in the exclusive form of an interaction via the

9 Productivity Tools for Linux That Are Worth Your Attention

There are so many distractions and unproductive activities that affect our performance at the workplace, and so many methods to increase focus and work efficiency. If you’re looking for a way to improve your productivity and stay organized, consider using special software to create a productive work environment. We’ve collected a list of productivity tools