Brief Tangram is a browser that aims to help you run and manage web applications in Linux. Let8217s take a look at how it works.

Even if we have native Linux applications available for several tools many end up using web applications.

Maybe in the form of an electron app or directly through a web browser native experiences are becoming an old-school thing.

Of course running web applications no matter the platform needs more system resources. And considering every service is going for a web-based approach instead of a native experience we need solutions to manage the web apps efficiently.

An open-source Linux app Tangram could be the solution.

You can choose to use some of the best Linux web browsers to run web applications. But if you want something that entirely focuses on web application experience Tangram is an exciting option.


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