Today, in our eleventh and last post Series GNOME Circle with GNOME Software, we will address the remaining 5 current applications, known as: Warp, Webfont Kit Generator, Wike, WorkBench and Zap.
In order to finish this great review of all the current GNOME Circle apps, which are easily installable through GNOMEsoftware.
And, before continuing with this "eleventh scan of GNOME Circle apps", we will recommend that, at the end of this post, you explore the following related contents:
Table of Contents
- 1 XNUMXth GNOME Circle Scan + GNOME Software
- 2 Your Order
XNUMXth GNOME Circle Scan + GNOME Software
Applications covered in the XNUMXth GNOME Circle Scan
Warp is a very useful software tool that allows you to securely send files locally (LAN) or remotely (Internet) by exchanging a code based on words. Whereas, the best transfer method to be used will be determined by using the protocol called «Magic Wormhole». Making it easy to send files between multiple devices with encrypted transfers.
Webfont Kit Generator
Webfont Kit Generator is a simple little utility that makes it easy to create @font-face kits. Therefore, with it you can generate the necessary woff, woff2 and the necessary CSS from non-web font formats (otf and ttf).
Wike is a great application that makes it easy to search and read content within Wikipedia. Therefore, it is the current Wikipedia reader for GNOME. Giving users access to all the content of this online encyclopedia, in a way that is cleaner and free of distractions, by not having to use a web browser for it.
workbench is an interesting and useful software that focuses on allowing users (novices or experts) to experiment with GNOME technologies. Doing everything from simple things like visual tweaks, to designing and testing GTK graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
Zap is a simple, but useful app that allows the reproduction of sounds from a soundboard, that is, it facilitates the reproduction of all those favorite sound effects of each person. What can be particularly useful for users who make or participate in live broadcasts, both video and sound. In addition, it allows you to import audio files and organize them in collections, and even lets you customize their appearance.
Zap Installation with GNOME Circle
Finally, for this post today, we will demonstrate with some screen shots, how easy it is to install one of these applications in our current Operating System. It is worth noting that we will test the application Zap about Miracles. my usual respin employee, which is based on MX-21 (Debian-11) with XFCE, which I will soon release in its future version MilagrOS 3.1 with the LPI-SOA 0.2 app.
Running Gnome Software
Finding and installing Zap
Execution and visualization of Zap
In short, with this eleventh and last exploration of the pair "GNOME Circle + GNOME Software" we have finished this great review of all the interesting and current apps, of this project, for the benefit of the entire GNU/Linux user community.
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