Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 28

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 28

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 28

Today, in this month of April, we bring you the part 28 from our series of posts on "KDE applications with Discover". In which, we are addressing, little by little, the more than 200 existing apps of said Linux project.

And, in this new opportunity, we will explore 3 more apps, whose names are: KDE Connect, KDE Itinerary and KDebugSettings. In order to keep us up to date with this robust and growing set of applications.

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 27

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 27

And, before starting this post about the apps “KDE with Discover – Part 28”, we recommend you explore the previous Related content of this series, at the end of reading it:

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 27
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KDE with Discover - Part 28

KDE with Discover – Part 28

Part 28 of KDE applications explored with Discover

KDE Connect

KDE Connect

KDE Connect is an excellent cross-platform software tool that provides various functionalities to integrate a phone and a computer. In addition, it allows us to send files to other devices, control media playback, send remote input, view your notifications and much more. Therefore, it is a fabulous office utility that makes it easier for home and office users to centralize their various mobile devices on any computer. Since, it is designed to integrate correctly with the operating system, inside or outside of KDE Plasma, thus allowing the ability to share files from different applications or integrating with the notification system to display information.

KDE Connect
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KDE Itinerary

KDE Itinerary

KDE Itinerary is a great program focused on serving as a digital travel assistant with an emphasis on protecting user privacy. And to do this, it includes ideal functions such as: A chronological view for any unified travel itinerary with automatic trip grouping; the ability to manage the use of train, bus and flight reservations, as well as hotels, restaurants, events and car rentals; and manage the necessary boarding passes, reservation tickets for several travelers, and useful personal travel statistics. Additionally, KDE Itinerary works best with the KMail itinerary extraction plugin and KDE Connect, or with Nextcloud Hub and DavDroid.

KDE Gear 23.04
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KDebugSettings

KDebugSettings

KDebugSettings is a KDE Plasma software utility that allows you to manage visible KDebug preferences related to QLoggingCategory. In this way, it is possible to make QLoggingCategory display app messages in the graphical console on the desktop. And consequently, it is easy to explore the messages associated with the applications, which usually contain information, warnings or critical errors, which are usually useful to help us debug Qt applications. Finally, and for a better and greater understanding and use of this tool, there is an online manual, which can be accessed through the following link.

KDE Plasma 6 looms
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Installing KDE Connect using Discover

And as usual, the KDE app selected for install today with Discover about my current educational and experimental Respin MX-23 called Miracles GNU / Linux es KDE Connect. As seen in the following screenshots:

Installing KDE Connect using Discover - Screenshot 1

Installing KDE Connect using Discover - Screenshot 2

Installing KDE Connect using Discover - Screenshot 3

Installing KDE Connect using Discover - Screenshot 4

And at the end of the installation, you can now enjoy this useful office and productivity application, opening it from the applications menu of their respective GNU/Linux Distros.

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Summary 2023 - 2024

Summary

In summary, if you liked this post about the apps of “KDE with Discover – Part 28”, tell us your impressions about each of the apps discussed today: KDE Connect, KDE Itinerary and KDebugSettings. And soon, we will continue to explore many more apps, to continue to spread the word about the huge and growing catalog of apps in the KDE Community.

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