Canonical has published a statistic about the top paid applications that were sold through Ubuntu Software Center in May.
Every month, Canonical makes a list with the top applications, either paid or free. This particular top deals with the paid apps, featuring some pretty interesting newcomers.
The tenth place is occupied by Bastion, an action RPG, with an interesting gameplay mechanic and a unique narration technique. Softpedia has a Linux review for Bastion.
Drawers, a tool that can help users organize the Unity Launcher, has taken place number nine. With it, users can also create a persistent Desktop Widgets that displays a directory or links to the related items and applications.
The eighth place is occupied by UberWriter, a very simple and hassle-free text editor. According to its developers, there are no settings, and users don't even have to choose a font.
Braid has landed on number seven. It's a game in which the players can manipulate the flow of time in order to solve some pretty difficult puzzles.
The sixth place is occupied by Mini Minecraft Launcher. This is a simple Minecraft application that features a very interesting option, called mods installation.
MC-Launcher is on the fifth place. This is a very simple Minecraft mod installator launcher that can be used to allocate RAM and to perform a backup operation.
Quick ‘n Easy Web Builder is in the fourth place. This is an HTML generator that can be used to visually (WYSIWYG) create a websites, by using drag & drop.
The third position is occupied by Filebot, a tool used for renaming movies, TV shows or anime, and even to download subtitles.
Fluendo DVD Player is now in the second place. This is an application specially designed to reproduce DVD on Linux/Unix platforms.
Storm Cloud, an application that provides a detailed weather overview for multiple locations, as well as a brief look at the weather for the coming four days, is still in the first position and it’s there to stay.