Calligra is an integrated suite of applications that cover office, creative, and management needs. It offers applications on both desktop computers and mobile platforms like tablets and smartphones. OpenDocument Format (ODF) is used, making it compatible with OpenOffice.org, LibreOffice, and Microsoft Office. Calligra Suite contains the following applications: Calligra Words (word processor), Sheets (spreadsheets), Stage (presentations), Flow (diagrams and flowcharts), Kexi (visual database creator), Braindump (note taking), Plan (project management), Krita (drawing), and Karbon (vector graphics).
F-Spot is a personal photo management application for the GNOME desktop. It simplifies digital photography by providing intuitive tools to help you share, touch-up, find, and organize your images. These tools include editing, color adjustments, tags, Photo CD creation, and exporting for upload.
imageTagger makes it easy to manage tags of different images and so organise large collections of image collections. It features the ability to assign free tags to images and to search for pictures with tags. The tags are stored externally, so this can also be used for files that should not be changed, files on CDs, and pictures in a format that does not support metadate. No image data is changed ever.
The ZK Mobile is a ZK extension that enables ZK applications to run on mobile devices with little programming. With the event-driven components and a markup language, programming is as simple as programming desktops and designing screens is as easy as authoring HTML pages. No JavaME prerequisite is required.
Open Flash Chart is a program for creating charts in Flash to display in Web pages. You can create bar, line, area, and pie charts. It also includes server side classes to help generate the data file used as input. At the moment, there are classes for PHP, Perl, .NET, Java, Ruby (and Rails), and Python.
EduKT is a multimedia content builder that allows you to easily create interactive books with graphics, music, text, and button events. The main goal is to replace impress/flash when a child, teacher, or other user tries to create a presentation for work or school. The current release is multi-platform and works on any OS (with some limitations), including Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, and OLPC XO (Sugar).