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How To Install Gnome Twitch (v0.4.2) in Ubuntu Linux

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If you are a modern gameplay lover, may hear the name of Twitch.tv which is immensely popular gameplay streaming service around here just like YouTube. You can very well enjoy all the classic and modern gaming experiences of others on Twitch.tv via using your system browser. But watching gameplay streaming via browser or flash gives a lot of pressure on your system and is a resource hog. That’s where the name of Gnome Twitch comes into focus.

Gnome Twitch is a free, simple and open source Desktop standalone Twitch software for Linux that let you watch Twitch videos without any support flash or browsers. It let you search various channels, discover game titles and watch ultimate gaming portal. It also notifies the users when any favorite channels are going for live broadcasting. Moreover, you will not also miss the chat features with other users.

If you are looking for something less resource hog and alternative to browser-based Twitch.tv, then definitely, you must go for Gnome Twitch.

Main Features

  • Discover Channels or searching
  • Watch and pause video streaming on Linux Desktop
  • Twitch log in and chat integration
  • Managing content is easy and effective
  • Enjoy gameplay with fully accelerated video
  • Users can change video quality
  • Keep track of your follows whether you have a Twitch account or not

Install Gnome Twitch on Linux-2

Install Gnome Twitch on Linux

How to Install Gnome Twitch on Ubuntu

You can install Gnome Twitch on Ubuntu via an unofficial PPA. Open the Terminal – Ctrl+Alt+T or by searching for “terminal” from app launcher and run the following command one by one.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8
sudo apt-get install gnome-twitch

Or if you are not comfortable with the installation through PPA, Just download from the official site for various Linux distros

Download Gnome Twitch

How to Remove Gnome Twitch

Run the below command to uninstall this software:

sudo apt-get remove --autoremove gnome-twitch

Note: The features mentioned here are not all-inclusive. The features mentioned are compiled either from their respective official websites or from my personal experience using them.

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