A List Of Safe Snap Apps In Ubuntu Store

A List Of Safe Snap Apps In Ubuntu Store

List Of Verified, First Party Applications From Snap App Store

  • adguard-home
  • all-remixes
  • ark
  • aws-iot-greengrass
  • bitwarden
  • blinken
  • bovo
  • branch-diff
  • bw
  • cacher
  • canonical-livepatch
  • cantor
  • chromium
  • circleci
  • discographer
  • disk-space-saver
  • dnslookup
  • docker
  • doctl
  • domotzpro-agent-publicstore
  • dotnet-runtime-21
  • dotnet-runtime-31
  • dragon
  • drawio
  • easy-disk-cleaner
  • easy-file-organizer
  • edgexfoundry
  • eog
  • epictask
  • etcd
  • falkon
  • filmographer
  • firefox
  • flock-chat
  • full-discography
  • gcompris
  • gedit
  • ghex-udt
  • gitkraken
  • gnome-calculator
  • gnome-calendar
  • gnome-clocks
  • gnome-logs
  • gnome-sudoku
  • gnome-system-monitor
  • gtk2-common-themes
  • hiri
  • inkscape
  • irccloud
  • journey
  • jq
  • jq-core18
  • kalgebra
  • kalzium
  • kate
  • kbounce
  • kbreakout
  • kbruch
  • kcalc
  • kde-frameworks-5
  • kde-frameworks-5-core18
  • kde-frameworks-5-core18-sdk
  • kde-frameworks-5-qt-5-14-core18
  • kde-frameworks-5-qt-5-14-core18-sdk
  • kdenlive
  • kgeography
  • kigo
  • killbots
  • kiriki
  • kiten
  • klettres
  • kmag
  • kmplot
  • knights
  • kolourpaint
  • konversation
  • krita
  • kstars
  • ktouch
  • ktuberling
  • kturtle
  • kubrick
  • kwordquiz
  • labplot
  • large-files-finder
  • libreoffice
  • librepcb
  • lxd
  • mailspring
  • minuet
  • modem-manager
  • musescore
  • nextcloud
  • node-red
  • octave
  • okteta
  • okular
  • onlyoffice-desktopeditors
  • opera
  • ora
  • organize-my-files
  • palapeli
  • plexmediaserver
  • postgresql10
  • postgresql93
  • postgresql94
  • postgresql95
  • postgresql95-pgpool2-35
  • postgresql95-pgpool2-36
  • postgresql96
  • postman
  • quadrapassel
  • remmina
  • rocketchat-desktop
  • rocketchat-server
  • rocs
  • skrooge
  • smart-file-renamer
  • snappy-debug
  • snap-store
  • snap-store-proxy
  • snap-store-proxy-client
  • space
  • spectacle
  • speedy-duplicate-finder
  • spotify
  • spreedme
  • standard-notes
  • step
  • storage-explorer
  • stubb
  • symboleditor
  • termius-app
  • termius-beta
  • travis
  • ubuntu-app-platform
  • ufw
  • vectr
  • vlc
  • xkcd-webserver
  • zenkit
  • zenkit-todo

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Comments (2)

  • Jan Reply

    The list of “safe” (according to your criteria) apps in PPAs would be much shorter. Here it is:

    April 25, 2020 at 5:45 pm
    • Sajan Parikh Reply

      That’s not entirely true. If there is a PPA officially maintained by the app developer, I generally don’t mind adding it. Examples include NVIDIA, Microsoft (for Teams and VSCode), Transmission has their own PPA. As long as the PPA is official, and the only packages they distribute are their own…I’m okay with that. However, I’m not adding a PPA for a patched version of some software that is already in the official repos.

      May 25, 2020 at 2:51 pm

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