I have many issues with the Snap packages, mainly the Snap based store that ships in Ubuntu 20.04. The most pressing issue is that there are tons of apps available in the store that are not maintained by the app developers.
More than that, there are many apps that while published by verified developers, they have to be installed using the
--classic flag, which defeats the purpose of snap packages to some degree.
So, I've compiled a list of every snap app in the store that is published with a
stable channel, published by someone with the green, verified checkmark, and does not require the
Mind you, not everyone may require this criteria. However, I have a few loose guidelines about how I'll tweak a machine, what changes I'll make, etc. Sometimes to the detriment of me using some awesome applications. All of this in the interest of keeping my main workstation "clean" so to say. Anytime you add a PPA, install from an untrusted source, or blindly copy terminal commands without understanding what it does or it's future impact and potential conflict with other changes you've had, it makes for a not so nice experience.