Flathub Offers Vendor-Neutral Service for Linux Apps

Leaders from GNOME and KDE are building an app store on top of Flatpak — a Linux software deployment and package management program, reports Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols.

"Flathub is a vendor-neutral service for Linux application developers to build and publish their applications directly to their end users,” the founders say, and Linux users “can use Flathub to gain access to a growing collection of Flatpak applications.” 

Flathub now offers more than 2,000 apps from 1,500 GitHub collaborators, notes Vaughan-Nichols, and the team is working on new features, including app verification.

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