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5 Top Apps and Things To Do For Ubuntu 13.04

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I love lists. I love reading lists and I love sharing them. And here is one more adding to our list of lists. We have been sharing some interesting stuff on Ubuntu, which includes lists, tips & tricks, apps and much more.

And in this post, we would sharing a list of some top apps for Ubuntu 13.04, yes, this post is on the latest Ubuntu release. The Ubuntu app market is very huge but the fact that it has not got a very huge user base makes it a less popular deal.

Since you have landed on to this post, I am assuming that you are an Ubuntu fan or a potential Ubuntu fan. In any case, you are looking for some top apps for your Ubuntu machine, and this post would help to learn about such apps.

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