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Improved Flathub Website Makes It Easier to Find Flatpak Apps

the flat hub website redesignIt just got a whole heap easier to find and install Flatpak apps on Linux distros like Ubuntu. A new version of the Flathub website is now live on Flathub.org, albeit in beta. The improved front-end to what is the de facto Flatpak app store offers search, browsing and install options. It’s packed with app descriptions, […]

This post, Improved Flathub Website Makes It Easier to Find Flatpak Apps, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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LibreOffice Is Now Available on Flathub, the Flatpak App Store

libreoffice app iconsLibreOffice is now available to install from Flathub, the centralised Flatpak app store. Its arrival allows anyone running a modern Linux distribution to install the latest stable release of LibreOffice in a click or two, without having to hunt down a PPA, tussle with tarballs or wait for a distro provider to package it up. A […]

This post, LibreOffice Is Now Available on Flathub, the Flatpak App Store, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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The Flathub Website Now Lists Apps, Lets You Install Them

flatpak tux in a boxRead this site regularly enough and you’ll learn that I love Flathub. Flathub, for those of you who haven’t heard of it, is the quasi-official app store for apps packaged and distributed using Flatpak. But it hasn’t been easy to find out which apps are available on it. Until now. The official Flathub website recently updated […]

This post, The Flathub Website Now Lists Apps, Lets You Install Them, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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