The Linux User’s Toolkit for Discovering New Apps

With a few exceptions, installing a Linux distribution is like checking into an all-inclusive resort. Your hardware works out-of-the-box, and you get an impressive selection of pre-installed software: from photo editing tools and multimedia players to email and chat clients, and even a full-blown office suite.

But what if you want to replace one of the default applications, or try out some new Linux software? Well, you could always just Google it—and pray you won’t have to venture beyond the tenth page of results to find something usable. Or you could build yourself a list of reliable resources where you can quickly browse applications, search and sort them by various criteria, and easily download the ones you like.

If the latter approach sounds more sensible, you’re at the right place at the right time, because today we’ll show you some tips on how and where to find new Linux applications.

 

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