Software for Freebsd
Pidgin is a chat application which lets you log into accounts on multiple chat networks simultaneously. Pidgin is developed and released fully free and open-source and provides a plugin architecture that allow anyone to build extensions and connections to new networks and third-party services.
A free web browser developed and released by Google. Chrome is built on the open source project Chromium and is a web browser that provides a fast experience that many have come to love. The browser is available in 50 languages and allows people to consume the web with an easy-to-undestand user interface. As a user of Google Chrome you can enjoy automatic updates, bookmark & history syncing, password management via your Google account.
Darktable is a free and open-soource photo editing software created for photographers, by photographers. Darktable is specifically designed for non-destructive raw photo post-production editing. The Darktable development community is comprised of avid photographers that has a good understanding of real world problems, challenges, and workflows.
Transmission is a file sharing application that utilize torrent techonlogy. The software provides UPnP and NAT-PMP port forwarding and features you come to expect from torrent applications like web seed support, watch directories, tracker editing, global and per-torrent speed limits, and much more.
A free an open-source email client developed openly by the Mozilla Foundation and the community. Thunderbird is easy to setup and customize and supports POP and IMAP. The email client comes with all features needed to search, filter, write and manage emails, but also have builtin support for live chat between contact and RSS/Atom feed reader.
FreeNAS is an operating system that can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share data over a network. With FreeNAS it is simple to create a centralized, easily accessible place for your data. You can use FreeNAS with ZFS to protect, store, and back up all of your data.
OBS Studio or Open Broadcaster Software is a free and open-source cross-platform streaming and recording program. The software is equipped with a powerful API that enbales extensions via Lua or Python written plugins and script to further customize the users experience and capabilities of OBS Studio. The open development of OBS Studio is funded with Open Collective, which enables the software to stay free and open.
As a fork of the open-source implementation of the Transport Layer Security protocol OpenSSL, LibreSSL aims to modernize the codebase, improving security, and applying best practice development processes. The primary development of occurs inside the OpenBSD source tree and is packaged for operating systems like FreeBSD, Linux, Windows and others. LibreSSL releases consists of several parts including libcryto, a ibrary of cryptography fundamentals, libssl, a TLS library and libtls a new TLS library, designed to make it easier to write foolproof applications.
Zrythm is a featureful, free and open-source digital audio workstation (DAW) designed for easy-of-use. It allows limitless automation, supports LV2 and VST2 plugins, works with the JACK audio backend and provides chord assistance. With Zrythm, you can automate almost anything with automation events using straight lines, ramps and curves, or with LFOs and envelopes.
OpenShot is a free and open-sorce video editing software avalible for FreeBSD, Linux, Haiku, macOS, and Windows. OpenShot was first released in 2008 by Jonathan Thomas, with the objective of providing a stable, free, and friendly to use video editor that works cross-platform. Today, OpenShot has been download by millions and is a project that continues to grow.
A free and openly developed video editing software that works cross-platform. Shotcut is developed on the MLT Multimedia Framework and is avalible for FreeBSD, Linux, macOS and Windows. Shotcut is released as open-source software under the GPLv3.