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We've compiled a list of 5 free and paid alternatives to Blueberry. The primary competitors include Bluetooth Stack Switcher, Toothpicks. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Blueberry and WIDCOMM Bluetooth Software, Bluetooth device setup, Blueman. Also you can look at other similar options here: About.


This package contains tools for managing and manipulating Bluetooth devices using the GNOME desktop.

Blueberry is a Bluetooth configuration tool created by Linux Mint.

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Blueberry Overview

Blueberry is a gnome-bluetooth front-end, Blueberry works on any desktop environment and should work on any distribution as long as gnome-bluetooth is installed. It is an application which configures Bluetooth. It shows a systray icon in your panel and doesn’t annoy you if you don’t have a Bluetooth adapter. It also detects your desktop environment and integrates with it. For instance, if you clicked the “Sound Settings” button shown in the above screenshot, it would know whether to launch “cinnamon-settings sound”, “gnome-control-center sound”, “mate-volume-control”, “pavucontrol”, etc… depending on the desktop you’re currently running. It supports Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce, GNOME and Unity.

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