List of KDE applications

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Konsole, KDE's console, and Dolphin, KDE's file manager, two of KDE's core application windows

This is a list of KDE Applications and other applications developed by the KDE international free software community. It is sorted by categories that are mostly the same KDE itself uses.[1]

Development[edit]

KDE mascot Konqi and KDE software development applications.

Software development[edit]

  • Cervisia – CVS frontend
  • KAppTemplate – Template-based code project generator
  • Kate – a text editor for programmers. As of KDE 4, KEdit has been replaced by Kate &/or Kwrite.[2]
  • KBugBuster – KDE-centric bug manager
  • KCachegrind – a frontend for Valgrind
  • KDESvn – graphical Subversion client
  • KDevelop – an integrated development environment for multiple languages
  • KDiff3 – Diff/Patch frontend
  • Kommander – Dynamic dialog editor
  • Kompare – Diff/Patch frontend
  • Lokalize – a computer–aided translation system
  • Okteta - a hex editor
  • Poxml
  • Swappo
  • Massif Visualizer – Visualizer for Valgrind Massif data files[3]
  • Umbrello – UML diagram application[4]

Web development[edit]

  • KImageMapEditor – an HTML image map editor[5]
  • KXSLDbg – an XSLT debugger

Education[edit]

KDE mascot Konqi and KDE education applications.
KDE mascot Konqi and KDE science applications.

Science[edit]

  • Cirkuit – An application to generate publication-ready figures[6]
  • KBibTeX – an application to manage bibliography databases in the BibTeX format
  • Semantik – a mindmapping-like tool for document generation[7][8]
  • RKWard – an easy to use, transparent frontend to R
KDE mascot Konqi and KDE game applications.
  • KTechLab - an IDE for electronic and PIC microcontroller circuit design and simulation

Games[edit]

  • Bomber – arcade Bombing Game
  • Bovo – Five–in–a–row Board Game
  • Granatier – a Bomberman clone
  • Kajongg – a Mahjong Board Game. Can play against robots or in multiplayer over network.
  • Kapman – Pac-Man Clone
  • KAtomic – a clone of the early 1990s commercial game Atomix
  • KBattleship – Battleship-style game
  • KBlackbox – Black–box logic game. Shoot rays into a black box to find some balls
  • KBlocks – a Tetris clone
  • KBounce – a JezzBall clone
  • KBreakout – a Breakout type game
  • KDiamond – a Bejeweled type game
  • KFourInLine – Four–in–a–row Board Game
  • KGoldrunner – Hunt Gold, Dodge Enemies and Solve Puzzles
  • Kigo – a Go Board Game
  • Kiriki – a Yahtzee game
  • KJumpingCube – a board game where players make boxes change color and try to succeed in taking over the board
  • KMahjongg – Mahjong solitaire
  • KMines – Minesweeper game
  • KNetWalk – a puzzle game. The player must arrange sections of wire to connect the computers
  • Knights – Chess board program[9]
  • Kolf – a Golf game
  • Kollision – a game of dexterity
  • GNUlactic Konquest – Galactic Strategy Game
  • KPatience – Patience Card Game
  • KReversi – Othello/Reversi game
  • KShisen
  • KsirK
  • KSpaceDuel
  • KSquares
  • KSudoku
  • KTron
  • KTuberling
  • Kubrick
  • LsKat
  • Palapeli

Toys[edit]

  • AMOR – Amusing Misuse Of Resources. Desktop creature
  • KTeaTime – Tea cooking timer
  • KTux
  • KWeather
KDE mascot Konqi and KDE graphics applications.

Graphics[edit]

KDE mascot Konqi and KDE internet applications.

Internet[edit]

Multimedia[edit]

KDE mascot Konqi and KDE multimedia applications.

Playback[edit]

  • Amarok – Audio player and music manager with numerous integrated features
  • Audex – an easy to use audio CD ripping application
  • Bangarang – a media player[14]
  • Dragon Player – a simple and usability–focused multimedia player (formerly known as Codeine)
  • JuK – Jukebox and music manager
  • Kaffeine – Multimedia player
  • KMPlayer – Video player plugin for Konqueror
  • KPlayer – Multimedia player and library
  • KRadio – an internet and AM/FM radio application[15]

Production[edit]

  • K3b – CD and DVD burning application
  • k3bISO – ISO manager
  • K9Copy – a DVD authoring program, similar to DVD Shrink
  • Kamoso – an application to take pictures and videos from webcam[16]
  • KdenliveVideo editor
  • Kid3 – an MP3, Ogg/Vorbis and FLAC tag editor[17]
  • KMediaFactory – a template based DVD authoring tool[18]
  • KMix – Sound Mixer
  • KoverArtist – a program for the fast creation of covers for CD/DVD cases and boxes.[19]
  • Kubeplayer – a video player dedicated to play online videos.[20]
  • soundKonverter – a frontend to various audio converters
KDE mascot Konqi and KDE office applications.

Office[edit]

System[edit]

  • Apper, formerly called KPackageKit – Package Manager with support for several formats (e.g. .deb, rpm)
  • Dolphin – a navigational file manager
  • Filelight – a disk space viewer
  • katimon – an unofficial ATI graphics card temperature monitor
  • KBluetooth – Bluetooth connections
  • KCron – an application for scheduling programs to run in the background using cron
  • KDE Connect – a background application that allows Android devices to be accessed over the network through the Plasma desktop
  • KDE Partition Manager – a partition editor
  • KDE System Guard – an enhanced task manager and system monitor
  • KDiskFree – a disk space information utility
  • KDirStat – a graphical disk usage utility
  • Kinfocenter – a system and computer information utility
  • Konsole – a terminal emulator
  • Krfb – a desktop sharing program
  • Krusader - an orthodox file manager
  • KSystemLog – a system log viewer
  • KWallet – a secure password manager
  • Printer Applet – system tray icon for managing print jobs
  • System Settings
  • Yakuake – drop-down terminal emulator (modeled after Quake's)[23][24]
KDE mascot Konqi and KDE utility applications.

Utilities[edit]

  • Ark – a file archiver
  • BasKet Note Pads – a multi–purpose note–taking application
  • KAlarm – a personal alarm scheduler
  • Kate – a Text editor for programmers
  • KBarcode4–light – a simple barcode generator
  • KCalc – a calculation application
  • KCharSelect – a character mapping tool
  • KFind – a file and folder finder
  • KFloppy – a floppy disk formatting tool
  • KGPG – a graphical frontend for GnuPG
  • Kleopatra – Certificate Manager and Unified Crypto GUI
  • KRename – Batch renaming of files
  • Krusader – a twin panel file manager
  • KTimer – a countdown launcher
  • KTimeTracker – a personal time tracker
  • KWrite – a text editor
  • Okteta – a hex editor
  • RSIBreak – Makes sure you rest now and then
  • Sweeper – a system cleaner

Accessibility[edit]

  • KMag – a screen magnifying tool
  • KMouseTool – Automatic Mouse Click
  • KMouth – a speech synthesizer frontend

Discontinued[edit]

Unmaintained Applications[25]

  • Blogilo – a blogging client[26]
  • KAudioCreator – CD ripping and encoding[7]
  • KLinkStatus – a link checker
  • KNode – usenet newsgroups
  • KRemoteControl – remote Controls
  • Kst – real-time large-dataset viewing and plotting tool[27]
  • Simon – Speech Recognition
  • Jovie – text to audible speech
  • KFileReplace – a file search and replace tool
  • KMid – MIDI and karaoke file (*.kar) player[28]
  • KPager – desktop pager
  • KSame – color matching game
  • KUIViewer – Qt Designer UI File Viewer
  • KAppfinder – a menu updating tool
  • KFTPGrabber – a graphical FTP client
  • KMLDonkey – a graphical frontend for MLDonkey
  • KPPP – an Internet dial–up tool
  • KsCD – CD Player
  • KUser – a user managing tool
  • Karbon – a scalable graphics application
  • Kiosk Admin Tool – predefine desktop configurations
  • KNemo – a network monitor
  • KRecipes – a cook book
  • KSig – signature app
  • Kwlan – a wireless LAN manager
  • KOffice – an office suite that was superseded by Calligra Suite
  • KPDF – a PDF viewer[29]
  • KNC – a graphical orthodox file manager
  • kdetv – TV viewer
  • KEdit – a text editor, has been replaced by Kate &/or Kwrite[2]
  • Komposé - a fullscreen task switcher
  • Katapult - a free application launcher
  • KMess – an IM client[30]
  • KDM – a login manager
  • KSnapshot – a screenshot tool
  • KEduca - an educational software
  • Kraft – a document creator for small businesses[31]
  • Mailody - an e–mail client
  • KXDocker - an application launcher
  • KBFX - an application launcher
  • QtParted – Partition editor
  • Quanta PlusIDE for XML–based languages
  • RecordItNow – Record desktop[32]
  • KSaoLaJi – a system cleaner[33]
  • SuperKaramba – desktop applets program

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The KDE applications". Retrieved 2010-11-21.
  2. ^ a b for simple writing needs use KWrite, for advanced ones - Kate. "Re: where is kedit?". November 3, 2010.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-03-13. Retrieved 2011-03-31.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ Abawajy, Jemal H.; Othman, Mohamed; Ghazali, Rozaida; Deris, Mustafa Mat; Mahdin, Hairulnizam; Herawan, Tutut (2019). Proceedings of the International Conference on Data Engineering 2015 (DaEng-2015). Springer. p. 66. ISBN 978-981-13-1799-6.
  5. ^ "KImageMapEditor - a KDE-based HTML image map editor". Archived from the original on 21 August 2018. Retrieved 26 March 2019.
  6. ^ "Cirkuit". Linux-apps.com.
  7. ^ a b "Semantik". Linux-apps.com.
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-07-28. Retrieved 2010-10-23.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  9. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-08-11. Retrieved 2011-03-31.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  10. ^ [1][dead link]
  11. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-17. Retrieved 2010-10-23.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  12. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-10-16. Retrieved 2017-09-30.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  13. ^ "About Falkon - Falkon". Falkon.org. Retrieved 2018-05-26.
  14. ^ "Bangarang - a media player". Bangarang.wordpress.com.
  15. ^ "KRadio - The Linux and KDE AM/FM/Internet Radio Application -". Kradio.sourceforge.net.
  16. ^ [2][dead link]
  17. ^ "Kid3 - Audio Tagger". Kid3.sourceforge.io.
  18. ^ "Google Code Archive - Long-term storage for Google Code Project Hosting". Code.google.com.
  19. ^ "KoverArtist". Linux-apps.com.
  20. ^ Riemann, Robert (December 18, 2010). "Announcing Kubeplayer (youtube w/o flash)". Blog.riemann.cc.
  21. ^ "Skrooge | Skrooge". Skrooge.org.
  22. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-08-25. Retrieved 2010-10-23.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  23. ^ https://www.linux.com/news/yakuake-easy-access-console-kde/
  24. ^ https://www.linux.com/news/three-addictive-pop-console-utilities/
  25. ^ "unmaintained - KDE.org". Kde.org. Archived from the original on 5 July 2019.
  26. ^ "Blogilo - blogging client - KDE.org". Kde.org.
  27. ^ "Kst - Visualize your data". Kst-plot.kde.org. Retrieved April 28, 2019.
  28. ^ "KMid". SourceForge. Retrieved 2019-04-28.
  29. ^ "Application of the Month: KPDF". Archived from the original on June 20, 2010.
  30. ^ "KMess, MSN / Live Messenger for Linux - Home". Kmess.org.
  31. ^ "Kraft - KDE Software for People Operating a small Business : Main / Kraft : browse". Volle-kraft-voraus.de.
  32. ^ "RecordItNow - Home". Recorditnow.sourceforge.net.
  33. ^ "KSaoLaJi". Opendesktop.org.