GNOMEApps1: The GNOME Community Core Applications

GNOMEApps1: The GNOME Community Core Applications

GNOMEApps1: The GNOME Community Core Applications

Today, we will conduct a Part «(GNOMEApps1) » of a series of 3 articles on "GNOME Community Apps". In order to do so, start exploring the wide and growing catalog of free and open applications developed by them, on their new website Applications for GNOME.

In such a way, to promote knowledge about them to all users in general of GNU / Linux, especially those who may not be using "GNOME» Be «Desktop Environment» main or sole.

GNOME CIRCLE: Applications and Libraries Project for GNOME

GNOME CIRCLE: Applications and Libraries Project for GNOME

For those interested in exploring our previous related posts with the Applications developed and endorsed by the GNOME Community, you can click the following link on the GNOME CIRCLE project, after finishing reading this publication.

"A project that seeks to improve the development and growth of applications and libraries to expand the GNOME Desktop Environment ecosystem. Hence, GNOME CIRCLE stands for good software developed and available for the GNOME platform. Not only the best applications and libraries for GNOME, but it also seeks to support independent developers using GNOME technologies." GNOME CIRCLE: Applications and Libraries Project for GNOME

While, those interested in reviewing our first previous post on KDE Community Applications can do so at the following link:

Related article:
KDEApps1: A First Look at KDE Community Applications

For additional and useful information on the Created applications at "KDE Community" the following can be explored link. Or if it were the case, about the XFCE Desktop Environment, the next link.

GNOMEApps1: Kernel Applications

GNOMEApps1: Kernel Applications

Kernel Applications - Common GNOME Desktop Tasks

In this area of Core Applications  "GNOME Community" has officially developed 28 applications of which we will briefly mention and comment on the first 10, and we will only mention the remaining 18:

Top 10 apps

  1. Disk usage analyzer (Baobab): Application that checks the size of folders and available disk space. Useful for keeping disk usage and disk space under control as it allows you to analyze specific folders, storage devices and online accounts.
  2. Files (Nautilus): The default file manager for the GNOME desktop, which provides a simple, integrated way to manage files and explore the file system. In addition, it supports all the basic functions of a file manager and some more.
  3. GNOME Calculator (Calculator): Application that solves mathematical equations. You can solve from basic arithmetic operations to advanced or very complex, activating the Advanced, Financial or Programming modes, with which a surprising set of possibilities will be shown.
  4. GNOME Calendar (Calendar): Beautiful and simple calendar application designed to fit perfectly on the GNOME desktop. Calendar integrates very well with the GNOME environment and offers a balanced balance between well-crafted features and user-centered usability.
  5. GNOME Screenshot (Screenshot): Software utility that allows taking screenshots of the computer screen. Captures can be of the entire screen, of a specific application, or of a selected rectangular area. And they can be copied to the clipboard and pasted into other applications.
  6. Characters: Application used to find and insert unusual characters. Allows you to quickly find the character you are looking for using keywords. And in addition, it allows to examine the characters by categories, such as Punctuation, Images, among others.
  7. Webcam (Cheese): Webcam device management application. Useful for taking photos and videos, applying fun special effects, and sharing your creation with others. Plus, you can take multiple photos in quick succession with burst mode. And use GStreamer to apply fantastic effects to what is captured.
  8. GNOME Connections (Connections): Application that offers a native remote desktop client for the GNOME Desktop Environment.
  9. Contacts: Software utility that maintains and organizes user contact information. Create, edit, delete, and link snippets of information about your contacts. Plus, it adds the details of all your sources, providing a central place to manage your contacts.
  10. Disks (Disk Utility)- Software tool that provides an easy way to inspect, format, partition, and configure disk and block devices. In addition, it allows you to view SMART data, manage devices, perform performance tests on disks and create images of USB devices.

Other existing apps

Other apps developed in this field of Core Applications by the "GNOME Community" are:

  1. Evince: Document viewer in comic book file and document formats.
  2. GNOME Eye: Pictures viewer.
  3. GNOME Photos: Photo and image organizer.
  4. Gedit: Text editor.
  5. GNOME color manager: Color profile viewer.
  6. GNOME Boxes: Manager of virtual systems and remote machines.
  7. GNOME Web: Web navigator.
  8. GNOME Maps: Geographical locator that uses the collaborative OpenStreetMap database.
  9. Meteorology: Viewer of meteorological conditions and weather forecast.
  10. GNOME Music: Music file player.
  11. Records!: Viewer of the detailed log files of system events.
  12. Clock: Clock application, which includes world clocks, alarms, a stopwatch and a timer.
  13. Seahorse: GNOME application for managing encryption keys.
  14. GNOME software: Manager of applications and extensions of the system.
  15. GNOME Terminal: Terminal emulation application for accessing the UNIX shell environment.
  16. GNOME fonts: Displays the fonts installed on the computer as thumbnails.
  17. Tour: Application that offers a guided tour and a welcome to the GNOME Desktop Environment.
  18. GNOME Videos: Official Movie Player for the GNOME Desktop Environment.

Summary: Various publications

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In short, this is our first revision "(GnomeApps1)" of the existing official applications of the "GNOME Community", which addresses those in the field of Core Applications. Therefore, we hope that it will serve to publicize and apply some of these apps about various GNU / Linux Distros. And this in turn, contributes to the use and massification of such robust and fabulous software toolkit how beautiful and hardworking Linuxera Community offers us all.

We hope that this publication will be very useful for the entire «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the improvement, growth and diffusion of the ecosystem of applications available for «GNU/Linux». And do not stop sharing it with others, on your favorite websites, channels, groups or communities of social networks or messaging systems. Finally, visit our home page at «FromLinux» to explore more news, and join our official channel Telegram from DesdeLinux.


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