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GNOME PeerTube client Source


Cuttlefish is a client for PeerTube. PeerTube is a federated video hosting service and uses WebTorrent - a version of BitTorrent that runs in the browser - to help serve videos to users. Cuttlefish is a desktop client for PeerTube, but will work on GNU/Linux-based phones (like the Librem 5 or Pinephone) as well. We want the experience of watching PeerTube videos and using PeerTube in general to be better, by making a native application that will become the best and most efficient way to hook into the federation of interconnected video hosting services. Source


It's very much WIP and seems to be inactive since November 2021.

Project links: Links to (pages with) screenshots:


Mobile Fit: 5

Perfect - this app fits your phone screen just fine out of the box and works nicely with touch input!

Project status: inactive

This project has not seen any inactivity in more than a year. It may work fine for you, there may be dragons, and most importantly, don't expect updates or a response to your bug reports!


If you're lucky, you can install this app by just hitting this button:


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By Service: PeerTube

By Category: video player

By FreeDesktop-(Additional-)Category: GTK GNOME Network Feed AudioVideo Player

Licensing and technical details

License: GPL-3.0-or-later Metadata: CC0-1.0

Frameworks: GTK4 libadwaita

Programming languages: C++

Build system: meson

AppStream Metadata URL: https://gitlab.shinice.net/artectrex/Cuttlefish/-/raw/master/data/ch.cuttlefish.app.appdata.xml.in