Articles Tagged gnome software

Snapcraft Store Fedora page

Fedora is ‘Disabling’ the Snap Plugin for GNOME Software

Fedora's Richard Hughes has announced that Snap plugin for GNOME Software is to be 'disabled' in Fedora 31, the distro's next major release.

11 July 2019
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Merge Proposal to ‘Drop Snap Support’ from GNOME Software Hints at Deeper Divisions

Batten down those controversy hatches (and stockpile some popcorn) because things are going down in Snap vs Flatpak town. Alright, it’s not quite as bad. But today saw a controversial — if slightly premature — […]

10 July 2019
Snap app permissions

Why I Dig the Control Snap Apps Offer Me

Snap apps might not be everyone’s favourite Linux packaging format — sort out that theme, yo! — but there’s no denying that momentum is gathering behind the tech, particularly from commercial app vendors like Microsoft. A […]

25 July 2018

Find Snap Apps Faster with Ubuntu’s Online Snap Store

When you want to find or install a Snap app you’re supposed to head to Ubuntu Software, which is part of the default Ubuntu desktop. But if I’m being honest Ubuntu Software sucks. It’s slow. The […]

13 July 2018
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Ubuntu Software Will Soon Let You Install Beta, Bleeding Edge Snap Apps

The Bionic Beaver comes with a neat new trick for fans of Snap apps: the ability to switch channels. No, not TV channels, or the sort the that ferries goods between countries, but development channels, […]

25 February 2018
ubuntu 17.10 development

Snap Apps Get Big Promo Push in Ubuntu 17.10

Ubuntu plans to highlight new Snap apps in the desktop Ubuntu Software app, but it seems they're going further than we initially imagined.

20 August 2017
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Ubuntu Software Can Now Show Screenshots of Snap Apps

Ubuntu Software is now able to show app screenshots for desktop Snap apps, just like it can for apps in the standard Ubuntu archive and in PPAs.

3 October 2016
8bitdo controller

8bitdo’s (Awesome) Retro Gamepads Can Now Be Updated on Linux

Linux users are now able to update the firmware of 8Bitdo controllers through GNOME Software thanks to the work of a GNOME desktop developer.

18 August 2016