Bloggers like to write about the same open source software year in and year out. Most people already know about Blender, Gimp, and LibreOffice. I would like to introduce ten open source products I think deserve a mention. I actually use or test these on all my Linux machines.
Most of the software listed here are stable, with the exception of Olive and Zrythm. The reason I list them is because they are pretty damned good for being under heavy development. They are both very exciting projects in my humble opinion.
|BeeRef lets you quickly arrange your reference images and view them while you create.
|Upscaler is a GTK4+libadwaita application that allows you to upscale and enhance a given image.
|Pixelorama is a free and open source pixel art editor.
|Discover and Listen to your favourite internet radio stations.
|A markdown-like text editor designed for writing novels.
|Joplin is an open source note-taking app. Capture your thoughts and securely access them from any device.
|RNote is an open-source vector-based drawing app for sketching, handwritten notes and to annotate documents and pictures.
|Run Windows apps in Wine bottles easily.
|Play your music in style.
|Olive is a free non-linear video editor with VFX node editor.
A few bonus apps! Why not?