Fresh Snaps from December 2018

Another month passes and we’ve got a collection of applications which crossed our “desk” (Twitter feed) during December 2018. Take a look down the list, and discover something new today.

1. travis

Travis CI


Developers! Get the snap of the ubiquitous Travis CI command line client for Linux that works with any Travis CI setup you might have 👷 🚧

Get travis from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install travis

2. Star Ruler 2

Daniel Llewellyn


Ready to explore a galaxy of your choosing in a massive scale 4X/RTS set in space on Linux? Install the Star Ruler 2 snap today and become a Ruler Of Stars 🌟🤴🚀

Get Star Ruler 2 from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install starruler2

3. Monento

LadnySoft


Looking for a cross-platform app for tracking your personal finances? Get Monento for Linux, it helps track expenses and incomes in easy and clear way and securely synced between mobile and desktop devices 🏦 💰 🔐

Get Monento from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install monento

4. C&C: Tiberian Sun

Taqi Raza


The battle for spice continues. 30 years after the the first war, GDI and NOD are back in another classic, real-time strategy saga with Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun.

Get C&C: Tiberian Sun from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install cnctsun

5. cheat

Michael


If you’re a Linux terminal users, you’ll love ‘Cheat’. Cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheat-sheets on the command-line. In cheat you’ll find over a hundred easy to digest cheat-sheets.

Get cheat from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install cheat

6. fx

Anton Medvedev


Step aside jq! fx is a flexible, beautiful and powerful command line json parser. Available as a snap for Linux, fx is a great addition to your tool-belt!

Get fx from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install fx

7. Shotcut

Meltytech, LLC


Shotcut is an open source video editor for Linux. Shotcut supports many formats; no import required, native timeline editing; Blackmagic Design support for input and preview monitoring; and resolution support to 4k 🎞🎥🎬

Get Shotcut from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install shotcut

8. Opera

Opera


Opera is a fast, secure, easy-to-use browser. Now with a built-in ad blocker and battery saver.

Get Opera from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install opera

9. Live For Speed

Taqi Raza


Live for Speed is a serious racing simulator. No arcade modes, no steering aids – YOU have to do the driving.

Get Live For Speed from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install liveforspeed

10. Teatime

Pavel Rojtberg


Grab yourself a simple egg timer application for your #Linux desktop. Teatime rings an alarm and displays an desktop notification and supports saving several pre-set timers 🍵⏰

Get Teatime from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install teatime

That’s all for this month. Keep up to date with Snapcraft on Twitter for more updates! Also, join the community over on the Snapcraft forum to discuss anything you’ve seen here.

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