Firefox has already a good integration with “GNOME”, but it can have a better integration with GNOME Shell. Check out this 2 extensions that will adapt your Firefox look to GNOME Shell feel.
Snappy is a media player that gathers the power and flexibility of GStreamer inside the comfort of a Clutter interface. It has recently become a GNOME Project, with all the important points that that means (code, bugs, mailing lists inside the gnome project).
One of the proposed GNOME core apps is Music, in conjunction with Photos, Videos, Documents and Transfers. The aim of all these core apps is to take care of the different type of files that can be found in a computer/cloud. GNOME Music is on its way, and here we have some new screenshots of it!
One of the GNOME developers has written an article trying to explain the aim and the reasons behind the GNOME application menu. This is the menu that pops up when users click on the current active application name, next to the ‘Activities’ corner. Most applications only have one option on this menu: ‘Quit’, even GNOME […]
One of the most interesting extensions [from my point of view] for GNOME Shell is the ‘Weather extension’. Sadly, it’s not available on extensions.gnome.org as it needs some extra libraries to work properly. This extension was initially developed by simon04, but it’s been a while since it was last updated. Bill explained a couple of months ago how […]