WebCatalog for Linux
Transform websites into desktop apps with WebCatalog, and access a wealth of exclusive apps for Linux. Use Spaces to organize apps, switch between multiple accounts with ease, and boost your productivity like never before.
Platform for Desktop Web Apps
- Desktop apps let you launch your favorite web services quickly in self-contained, distraction-free windows with enhanced features.
- Spaces let you group apps into tidy collections and access them conveniently with all the benefits of desktop apps included.
- Set everything up quickly with thousands of apps in our curated app library or simply create custom apps from any websites!
Improve your workflow with amazing desktop apps
Say goodbye to the frustration of juggling multiple browser tabs! With WebCatalog, you can easily turn your favorite web apps into streamlined, focused desktop apps that help you improve your workflow and boost your productivity. Enjoy a distraction-free, seamless experience that lets you focus on what matters most.
Run websites in isolated environments and get protected from cross-website trackers.
Manage and switch between multiple web accounts of any web services easily.
Menu Bar (Tray) Apps
Attach web apps to menu bar (tray) for quick access with keyboard shortcuts.
Set app as default email client, arrange windows, control notifications and more!
Protect your data from sneaky eyes with app passwords or Touch ID.
Catalog & Custom Apps
Discover thousands of apps in our catalog or create custom apps from any websites.
Effortlessly group and organize your apps with Spaces
With Spaces, you can easily organize your web apps into distinct collections and access them quickly and conveniently, with all the benefits of desktop apps. Never waste time searching for the app you need again, and enjoy a more streamlined and efficient workflow.
Multiple Services, Multiple Accounts
Manage and switch between different services & accounts in one place.
Group web services into distraction-free, well-organized environments.
Every account are isolated by default, protecting against cross-website trackers.