Linux users install more than 3 million Snap apps every month, a new infographic from Canonical reveals.
Canonical's Alan Pope lists 10 benefits of publishing apps in the Snap store. His talk was recorded at the FOSDEM Linux conference in Belgium.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Snap apps in one concise video — sound good? If so, the latest video uploaded to the Ubuntu YouTube channel should appeal. The 8 minute clip whips through […]
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 […]
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, […]
Ubuntu devs propose shipping Snap apps by default in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, though decisions need to be made around policy and maintainability first.
Ubuntu plans to highlight new Snap apps in the desktop Ubuntu Software app, but it seems they're going further than we initially imagined.
The bug reporting infrastructure around an open-source project generally isn’t the best place to fish for a debate — especially when that debate poses questions of a rather existential nature! But if you’ve ever wondered why Ubuntu […]
Work on integration Snap app support with KDE Discover is picking up pace, with devs hopeful that a stable backend can feature in Plasma 5.11.
Which apps would you like to see available as Snaps? That's what the Snapcraft community who work on the distro-agnostic packaging technology want to know.
A new video published by the developers behind Snappy gives a concise introduction the distro-agnostic technology and why you might want to use it.
Snaps make it easier for application developers to package, distribute and update their software — and support for them has landed in Fedora 24, 25 and 26.