Viper

Viper

Web site: github.com/LeFroid/Viper-Browser
Category: Network
Subcategory: Web browsers
Platform: Linux
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C++, Qt
First release: January 2019
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Viper Browser – a free, open source, lightweight, privacy-focused Qt5 web browser using QtWebEngine and designed for Linux platform.

Features:
– All development is done with a focus on privacy, minimalism, and customization ability
– Bookmark management
– Built-in ad blocker, compatible with AdBlock Plus and uBlock Origin filters
– Cookie viewer, editor, and support for cookie filters (QtWebEngine 5.11+ only)
– Compatible with Pepper Plugin API
– Custom user agent support
– Fast and lightweight
– Fullscreen support
– Granular control over browser settings and web permissions
– Gives the user control over their data, no invasions of privacy like other browsers are known to do..
– GreaseMonkey-style UserScript support
– Multiple options for home page- any URL, blank page, or a card layout page with favorite and most visited websites
– PDF.js embedded into the browser
– Save and restore browsing sessions, local tab history, pinned tabs
– Secure AutoFill manager (disabled by default)
– Tab drag-and-drop support for HTML links, local files, other browser window tabs, etc
– Tab hibernation / wake up support
– Traditional browser UI design instead of WebUI and chromium-based interfaces

The project founder is Timothy Vaccarelli.

Ablo

Ablo

Web site: ablo.live
Category: Network
Subcategory: Instant Messengers, Social Networking Service
Platform: Android, iOS, Web browser
License:
Interface: GUI
Programing language:
First release: January 2019
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Ablo – a chat app to connect and have one-on-one conversations with new friends from all over the world.

Read, write and talk in your own language, Ablo translates your chats and video calls live.
Discover more about your friends’ culture, language and where they come from. Show your identity and your country.
Travel without even leaving your home. Available (free) for all devices.

Features:
• Free text & video chat
• Live translations
• Unlimited conversations
• Challenges
• Discover new countries

Ablo lets you connect with new people around the world in your own language. It is available both in the browser and as an iOS and Android app, because we want to give you the ability to start a conversation immediately, anytime, from anywhere, in any language. Having the world at your fingertips has never been so easy and intuitive.

Tok

Tok

Web site: tok.life
Category: Network
Subcategory: Instant Messengers
Platform: Android, iOS
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C, Java
First release: 2019
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Tok – an easy-to-use application for peer-to-peer communication. We use end-to-end encryption technologies to secure your conversations. With TOK, you can send messages, photos, videos and files of any type without anyone else listening in. TOK’s goal is to make the world connect freely. It is forked from Antox and Antidote.

A phone number or an email address is not required to create your TOK account. Your personal information is not traceable to a phone number or email address. All communication is interfaced with a randomly generated alpha-numeric user ID.

All conversations are immediately encrypted from end to end during transmission.

TOK’s peer-to-peer communication platform has no central server. After end-to-end encryption, any third party, even TOK engineers, can’t access your conversations.

Features:
– 1v1 messages
– Audio
– Audio filtering
– Audio notifications
– Avatars
– Changing nospam
– Chat logs
– Contact aliases
– File transfer
– Message splitting
– Multilingual
– Multiprofile
– Profile import/export
– Save file encryption

GORSS

GORSS

Web site: github.com/Lallassu/gorss
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readres
Platform: Linux, OS X
License: MIT
Interface: text
Programing language: Golang
First release: September 20, 2019

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GORSS – a simple, text based, highly configurable RSS/Atom reader written in Golang. The program offers support for highlighting specific words and themes.

Features:
– OPML Support for loading feed URLs (opmlFile in gorss.conf)
– Support for XDG configuration
– RSS and Atom support (via github.com/mmcdole/gofeed)
– Highlights for configurable words
– Keyboard shortcuts highly configurable
– Custom keys for custom execution of external applications
– Open links in browser
– Mark articles and open all marked in bulk in web browser
– Theme support
– Preview content of the RSS
– Backed by SQLite database
– Mark articles as read
– Mark all as read/unread
– Undo last read (mark it as unread)

Sparky Tube

Sparky Tube

Web site: github.com/sparkylinux/sparky-tube
Category: Network
Subcategory: Download Managers
Platform: Linux
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Yad
First release: January 29, 2019

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Sparky Tube – an open source tool which downloads a video from a web site and converts it to an audio or video output file.

Features:
– download a video from a web sites
– convert it to an audio format: aac, flac, mp3, m4a, opus, ogg vorbis, wav; or
– convert it to a video format: avi, mkv, mp4
– store the converted audio or video file on your local disk
– lets you play the converted file using your default audio or video player
– small and lightweight – uses Yad as its GUI