Flatpak is a software deployment and package management utility for Linux. It is presented as providing a sandbox environment in which users can run application software in isolation from the rest of the system. Flatpak a was developed as part of the freedesktop.org project (formerly known as X Desktop Group or XDG) and was originally called xdg-app.
I discovered Flatpak between 2018 and 2019 and I was surprised that developers thought to propose apps for all Linux Distros, I have not tested all Linux Distros to know if each Distro proposes its own apps but Flatpak is a good idea. The Flatpak store proposes apps of visual quality as on macOS the paying and privative brother of Linux and in great quantity, moreover, Flatpak proposes to the visitors to publish their own app Desktop on the store. I don’t hide you that with this store the computer fans will like more Linux, especially me who is a long time Linux fan and geek. Flatpak is really made for Linux geeks if you want to start using Linux I recommend you to install Flatpak apps on your system and enjoy your Linuxian lifestyle. For those who have difficulties with the store there is a documentation and a forum to get you unblocked quickly, this is perfect because you will learn to become a computer geek easily, and in case you didn’t know Linux is more for computer geeks than for the common man so if you become a Linuxian you become a computer geek. And if you want to follow the news of the Flatpak website, I recommend you to follow the RSS feed of the website, it will allow you to be up to date with each content release. Flatpak does not only offer apps but also games on its store, you can play games of quite good quality for Linuxian, in 2018 I remember that I played for hours to games emblematic to Linux as Warmux, a Linux racing game (that I lost the name) and a penguin game … If I could remember all their names I would have made a list for you to test at my Linuxian lifestyle :). If you know the names of the games in question please leave the names in comments, thanks #LaTeamCortex.