Canonical releases a chart of the most downloaded free applications on Ubuntu Software Center, from time to time. The month of September holds some nice surprises.
In the 10th place, we find “Full Circle Magazine #59,” and independent magazine for the Ubuntu community and dedicated to the Ubuntu operating systems.
The ninth place is occupied by a newcomer, an application called “Create Launcher.” This app is built specifically for the Ubuntu Unity. New users will find it a lot easier to create custom launchers.
“UnReal World RPG” takes the eight place. It a new game in Ubuntu Software Center. According to its developer the game is a unique graphical roguelike RPG taking place in the Far North, and its based on ancient Finland in the late Iron Age.
The seventh place is taken by “IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition,” an open-source version of IntelliJ IDEA, a premier IDE for Java, Groovy, Scala and Android applications development.
“Plex Media Server,” a tool that makes it possible to stream content from the Ubuntu desktop to the TV, Roku box, Android phone, iPhone, Playstation 3, Xbox360 and many more clients, takes the sixth place.
On the fifth place, we find a trial version for “CrossOver,” an application that allows users to run Windows software.
The forth place is occupied by “Ryzom,” a science-fantasy MMORPG that is set 2000 years in the future. And best of all, it's free.
“Lord of Ultima” takes the third place. It is not a game per se, but a browser-based strategy that simulates an immersive medieval civilization.
“Master PDF Editor,” a tool for viewing, printing, and editing PDF and XPS files, is on the second place.
The most downloaded application in September is “Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances,” a browser-based game that takes place in the C&C universe.