Allmyapps – Your Linux Application Store

Allmyapps makes software installation a breeze. No matter how many applications you need, 1 click is all you need to have all your favorite applications installed on your PC.Allmyapps also keeps your applications safe! Would you need to reinstall your system, Allmyapps takes care of reinstalling all your favorite applications in the blink of an eye.
With Allmyapps, installing software applications has become so easy that you'll soon find yourself installing a lot of great new applications! Be prepared to enjoy your computer like never before!

Project Home page :- http://allmyapps.com

Supported Operating Systems

Linux Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
Linux Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope
Linux Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex
Linux Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron

Using Allmyapps

You need to create a free account at the Allmyapps site when you login to your account, you have access to all the applications found in the Ubuntu repos just select the applications you would like to install and it would be added to your list. After you finish with your selection, just click on install button.

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12 thoughts on “Allmyapps – Your Linux Application Store

  1. I’m curious. How is this better than Synaptic Package Manager? After all, that does everything that this claims to do.

    (Okay, three clicks, not one. But that’s hardly a major “selling” point.)

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  2. A little research suggests that this is a product made by a commercial company and that all it does is install the package from Synaptic for you.

    I’d love to be proved wrong, but this post looks suspiciously like an advert.

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  3. So now a 3rd party will have a list of everything you have installed along with version info. What happens if that info falls into the wrong hands? It would be handy for a malicious soul to mine that data for vulnerabilities… No thanks. Synaptic PM works quite well. And is simple to use.

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  4. hmm, indeed, what’s wrong with Synaptic? it does sound like an ad, but give the author benefit of a doubt ;)
    Could you explore Karmic in detail?

    Lots and lots of bugs (!), more than in 9.04 six months ago. One step forward, two steps back for Ubuntu. I was unhappy with the release and decided to stick to 9.04. Have you heard anyone else complaining? just curious :)

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  5. about ads, I just noticed at the top of this page
    “Ads by Google: Linux XP, Get Linux, Windows 7, …”

    Can you see something odd here? Can anyone else see it or have I gone cccccrazyyyyyy?

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  6. Vladimir,

    Do you have Intel gpus? Because, to be honest, in 9.04 I couldn’t even watch Youtube in fullscreen. Seriously. I fing 9.10 to be a huge improvement, not only for that matter. It is way more solid – and quite good-looking too =)

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  7. Hi Peterson,

    nah nothing of the sorts. I even installed 9.04 onto IBM T23 (not very good specs to be honest) and could watch flash in fullscreen with no probs.
    Yet, I tried to install 9.04 onto my AMD64 machine and I could not play flash in fullscreen. AMD and Ubuntu is not a good mix ;)

    9.10 looks sweet, especially new themes (http://www.ubuntugeek.com/nice-themes-for-ubuntu-9-10-karmic-users.html), but for example, Ubuntu One (the cloud thingy) is too buggy (desktop and server-side). A number of applets crash in GNOME (that’s a bit annoying), these little things add up to something of an incomplete user-system. None of the releases are perfect, I know, yet there was so much anticipation in the air (before 9.10 release) that I was too eager to try it out.

    Oh, and to be honest, the UPGRADE process was a nightmare to deal with! AAAAAAAAaaaaaaa! It was much quicker to download ISO and install a clean copy. Anyway, if we want to compete with Window$, we need a good OS, not “argh-we-could-have-made-it-better” (http://www.tuxradar.com/content/bbc-takes-linux). It is my personal opinion and does not reflect, convey or support Microsoft Corporation policy.
    a little bit of humour for you ;)
    is the 6 months cycle a good thing? don’t know…

    :)

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  8. Vladimir,

    I don’t know either, but I like it. It’s interesting to acknowledge such problems, for me everything was so much better. 9.04 would freeze completely a few seconds after logging in, so Karmic has been my main desktop for some weeks – it was way more stable!! AhaeaehAEe

    Anyway, I believe we’re heading to a nice direction. Just really anxious about gnome 3. It will either be very good or screw everything up =S

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  9. I seriously think that Gnome 3 shall rock Linux world. I think it is available for testing, but not sure.
    We are indeed heading into a very pretty future, with not only OS releases, but also we’ll see shifts in social acceptance of the OS in years to come. Open Source is fighting its way through, fighting it hard!

    I promise to give 9.10 another go, but only when I build my next machine ;) by which time 10.04 would probably be released.

    P.S. I want to see Ubuntu do something really special, something Mac and Window$ wouldn’t even dream about.

    P.P.S. http://www.ubuntugeek.com/fix-for-vlc-doesnt-play-video-after-ubuntu-9-10-karmic-upgrade.html ? This is what I was talking about earlier – little things.

    Ciao ;)

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