TLDR pages Alternatives

    TLDR pages is described as 'The TLDR pages are a community effort to simplify the beloved man pages with practical examples' and is an app in the OS & Utilities category. There are nine alternatives to TLDR pages for a variety of platforms, including Linux, the Web, Mac, Windows and Android. The best alternative is explainshell, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like TLDR pages are cheat.sh (Free, Open Source), Devhints (Free, Open Source), cheat (Free, Open Source) and Linux man-pages (Free, Open Source).

    The list of alternatives was last updated Nov 21, 2020

    • Get details on arguments for commandline tools through explainshell's sleek, web-based interface.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Online
      • Self-Hosted
      Ugotsta Functionally the same as TLDR pages though doesn't appear to be as actively developed.
      Positive comment about 1 year ago

    • The only cheat sheet you need
      Unified access to the best
      community driven documentation
      repositories of the world.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Online
      • Terminal
      • explainshell
      • Hyper
      • Bash


    • TL;DR for developer documentation.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Online
    • Cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheatsheets on the command-line.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac
      • Linux
    • The Linux man-pages project documents the Linux kernel and C library interfaces that are employed by user-space programs. This package contains over 1,900 man pages.
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      • Free • Open Source
      • Linux
    • A social application that enables users to discover, learn about, save, and share commands for the CLI.
    • Fast implementation of tldr pages in Rust.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Android
      • BSD
    • bro pages are concise examples of using command line programs.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Online
    • Select the commands you want to understand and in a pop-up window, kmdr will describe each program, option, subcommand, and operator.
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Chrome OS
      • Google Chrome
      • Software as a Service (SaaS)