KDEApps4: KDE Community Applications for Internet Management

KDEApps4: KDE Community Applications for Internet Management

KDEApps4: KDE Community Applications for Internet Management

Today, we continue with the fourth part "(KDEApps4) » from the series of articles on "KDE Community Apps". In order to do so, continue exploring the wide and growing catalog of free and open applications developed by them.

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

KDEApps1: A First Look at KDE Community Applications

KDEApps1: A First Look at KDE Community Applications

For those interested in exploring our previous 3 publications related to the topic, you can click on the following link, after finishing reading this publication:

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KDEApps4: Applications for Internet management

KDEApps4: Applications for Internet management

Internet - KDE Applications (KDEApps4)

In this area of ​​connectivity to Internet  "KDE Community" has officially developed 22 applications of which we will mention and comment, textually and briefly, the first 10, and then we will mention the remaining 12:

Top 10 apps

  1. Akregator: It is a reader of news sources, that allows to follow news sites, blogs and other websites with RSS / Atom activated, without the need to check for updates manually with a web browser.
  2. Alligator: It is a mobile reader of web broadcasts.
  3. Banji: It is a graphical client for the Ring communications platform (www.jami.net). It can be used as a general application for communications with other Ring users or as a VoIP software phone compatible with the industry standard SIP used by most office phones.
  4. Choqok: It is a microblogging client that supports the Twitter.com, GNU Social, Pump.io and Friendica services.
  5. PIM data exporter: It is a utility that allows you to export and import PIM (Personal Information Management) preferences.
  6. Falkon: It is a new and very fast web browser. It aims to be a lightweight web browser available for all the most popular platforms. This project was originally started for educational purposes. Although, from the beginning, Falkon has evolved into a feature-rich browser.
  7. Kaidan: It is a simple and friendly Jabber / XMPP client that provides a modern interface that uses Kirigami and QtQuick. Kaidan's engine is written entirely in C ++ and uses the XMPP client library "qxmpp" and Qt 5.
  8. Kasts: It is a podcast application for mobiles, which also works on GNU / Linux, because it is created as a convergent podcast player based on Kirigami.
  9. KDE Connect: It is a multiplatform software tool that provides various functionalities to integrate a phone and a computer. In addition, it allows you to send files to other devices, control media playback, send remote input, view your notifications and much more.
  10. KGet: It is a versatile and friendly download manager.

Other existing apps

Other apps developed in this area of ​​connectivity to Internet by the "KDE Community" are:

  1. Kirogi: Drone ground control.
  2. Konqueror: Web browser, file manager and viewer.
  3. conversation: IRC client.
  4. Kopete: Instant messaging.
  5. KRDC: Remote desktop client.
  6. Krfb: Shared Desktop (VNC).
  7. Ktorrent: BitTorrent client.
  8. Angelfish web browser: Web navigator.
  9. NeoChat: Client for Matrix.
  10. Ruqola: Client for Rocket.Chat.
  11. Spacebar: SMS application.
  12. Telephone: Send and receive phone calls.

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In short, this is sample fourth revision "(KDEApps4)" of the existing official applications of the "KDE Community", which addresses those in the field of connectivity to Internet. 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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