GNOME Sudoku : A desktop Sudoku puzzle game app for Ubuntu

I guess, you’ve heard of sudoku before or have solved any sudoku puzzle at some point of time in your life. Sudoku is one of the most popular number-puzzle game, which was originated in Japan. Probably, it’s the best tool to overcome boredom, specially, when you have nothing much around to do in your home, office …

KeePassX – The Best Password Manager for Ubuntu/Linux

KeePassX is a cross-platform password manager application. It has very high security standards. Since, it stores data locally in encrypted format, it’s probably a better alternative to any online password manager. If you want to share it across multiple devices/platforms just sync the database file using some apps like Dropbox. Make sure you’re synchronizing the encrypted …

Monitor your bandwidth usage with vnstat [Ubuntu/Linux]

vnstat is a simple command line utility for monitoring bandwidth usage in Ubuntu or any other Linux based distributions and BSD. It’s a very handy tool for keeping an eye on overall bandwidth usage on your system, especially if you’re accessing web over mobile network or you’re using ISP that reduces speed after a certain …

Fish – A user friendly command line shell for Ubuntu/Linux

Fish is a friendly command line shell for Ubuntu/Linux, Mac or any other operating system from the *nix family. If you use bash (the default shell in Ubuntu) often, then you may want to give it a try. It has lots of smart features you may find productive. Features Autosuggestions – It suggests commands when you type, …

Getting started with Android Studio on Ubuntu/Linux (14.04 LTS)

Android Studio is the new development environment for Android (officially recommended). It’s based on IntelliJ IDEA (Integrated Development Environment from JetBRAINS). You can still use Eclipse IDE though (however, it may not be supported once the Android Studio comes out of beta) but Android Studio brings lots of new features and improvements (Advanced Android code …