Top Snaps in May 2018

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on 5 June 2018

Spring has sprung a bounty of applications in the snap store! We’ve hand picked a small selection from those we highlighted during May 2018.

You can stay up to date with our editorial picks by following Snapcraft on Facebook where we share three new and interesting snaps a week. We’d also love to hear what your favourite snaps are, perhaps you’ve found something we’ve missed. Let us know!

1. Gravit Designer

Gravit GmbH


Gravit Designer is a full featured free vector design application right at your fingertips. Get Gravit Designer from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install gravit-designer

2. stress-ng

Colin King


Want to torture your Linux machine? Use the stress-ng snap to load and stress a computer. It can stress load CPU, cache, disk, memory, socket and pipe I/O, scheduling and much more! Get stress-ng from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install stress-ng

3. Zenkit

Zenkit


Organise everything from to-do lists to complex processes with the Zenkit snap. Present projects using kanban, table, calendar, list and mindmap views or create custom templates. Available for Linux today! Get Zenkit from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install zenkit

4. msnake

Emily Ratliff


Looking for some fun in the terminal? We’ve got you covered with a Snap of Magria’s Snake, a C and ncurses implementation of the classic for Linux. Get msnake from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install msnake

5. Ao

Klaus Sinani


Ao is an unofficial, feature rich, open source, community-driven, free Microsoft To-Do app that is used by people in more than 120 countries. Get Ao from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install ao

6. Eclipse

Snapcrafters


Eclipse IDE, the famous Java Integrated Development Environment that also works great with C/C++ and PHP, is now available as a Snap for your Linux developer workstation. Get Eclipse from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install eclipse

7. Tusk

Klaus Sinani


Tusk is an unofficial, open source, community-driven, free Evernote app that is used by people in more than 130 countries. Get Tusk from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install tusk

8. Sublime Text

Snapcrafters


Looking for a sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose? Come and install the snap of Sublime Text Linux. Get Sublime Text from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install sublime-text

9. Noson

Jean-Luc Barriere


Looking to control music from your Sonos devices on Linux? The Noson snap is the fast and smart controller for your Sonos devices. Get Noson from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install noson

10. Hugo

Hugo Authors


Make creating your website fun again with Hugo, the world’s fastest framework for building websites is available as a snap. Get Hugo from the Snap store or install it on the command-line with:
snap install hugo

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