IrfanView in Ubuntu Software as a snap

Many Windows users, when coming to Linux, feel the lack of some everyday used applications. One of the most searched is IrfanView, a powerful graphic viewer available only for Windows systems. Fast and light-weight, IrfanView is freeware for non-commercial use and it is designed to be simple but powerful. IrfanView has some unique and interesting features, it was the first[…]

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Google graveyard. A free and open-source list of discontinued Google services

The digital graveyard, a tribute, and log of beloved products and services killed by Google. Killed by Google is the Google graveyard; a free and open-source list of discontinued Google services, products, devices, and apps. It aims to be a source of factual information about the history surrounding Google’s dead projects. Killed by Google relies on contributors to proofread, check[…]

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A free Android quotes app

Learning Android programming by doing Some time ago, I started to learn Android programming. First you need to understand Java and OOP (Object Oriented Programming), second is better to follow some course (read later) about that and third you must do a lot and more exercises. Best way to do exercises in programming, in my opinion, is to do what[…]

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