Top 10 Free Apps on Ubuntu Software Center for December 2012

There is only one new entry in this top, Splashtop Streamer

Canonical has published a list with the most downloaded free applications on Ubuntu Software Center, for December.

The top 10 free apps for December don’t hold any major surprises with regard to the previous month, but there is one new entry.

IntelliJ IDEA 12 Community Edition manages to remain in the top, albeit on the tenth place. This is an open source version of IntelliJ IDEA, a premier IDE for Java, Groovy, Scala and Android applications development.

On the ninth place we find our new entry, Splashtop Streamer, a high-performance audio-video streaming server, enabling remote access from an Android device (tablet/phone) or an iOS device (iPad/iPhone/iPod).

The number eight position is occupied by flareGet, a full-featured, multi-threaded and multi-segment download manager and accelerator.

Ryzom is on the seventh place and it’s one of the most resilient titles in this top. The game is set more than 2,000 years in the future, on a living, evolving world called Atys.

The trial version of CrossOver is on the sixth position. This application allows users to install and run Windows applications in a Linux environment, with the help of Wine.

Master PDF Editor is on the fifth position. This is a complete solution for viewing, printing and editing PDF and XPS files.

Lord of Ultima manages to stay afloat in the top and goes to place number four. This is one of EA's most popular browser-based strategy games that simulate a medieval civilization.

The third position is taken by Plex Media Server, an application that makes it possible for users to stream music, (local and online) videos and photos from the Ubuntu desktop to the TV, Roku box, Android phone, iPhone, PlayStation 3, Xbox360 and many more clients.

Nitro takes home the silver and rest on the second place. This is a task management software that will help people organize their days in a more efficient manner and comes with Dropbox and Ubuntu One support.

Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances is on the first place of the top, which is weird considering it’s not actually a game, but a webapp which acts as the shortcut for a browser-based strategy.

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