Install Nitro on Ubuntu without using the Ubuntu Software Centre



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Nitro is a great "to-do" list application that provides a simple and sleek interface toi manage your tasks. However, when trying to install it, I found that the only way to do so was through the Ubuntu Software Centre. As I had not yet logged into the Software Centre, I was keen to install this through the Command Line instead. Here's how to do it.

Open the Terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and then type the following commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cooperjona/nitrotasks
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nitrotasks

... and that's it! The Nitro program should now be accessible via your applications.

For those of you who would prefer to use the Ubuntu Software Centre, you can find the link in the Ubuntu Apps Directory:
Nitro: Ubuntu Apps Directory »

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