Flatpak 1.10 universal Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework enters development with major changes and improvements. Here’s what’s new!
Linux Mint’s Warpinator network transfer tool is now available as a Flatpak application for all Linux distributions. Here’s how to install it right now!
Flatpak 1.8 Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework is now available for download with improved P2P support, new systemd unit, more efficient downloads, and other enhancements.
Flatpak 1.7 unstable release series is now available for public testing. This series promises more efficient P2P support, new permissions, simplified code, and a number of other improvements.
The Firefox web browser is now available as a Flatpak app. This makes installing the latest version of the open-source and free web browser a breeze.
Flatpak 1.6.2 is now available for download with various fixes. It’s highly recommend to install this version as it improves install performance.
Flatseal is an easy to use and simple graphical utility for tracking and modifying basic permissions for all of your installed Flatpak applications.