Software lets you install and update applications, system extensions and firmware.
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Pro One click installation
To install a new application, hit search, type in its name or what it does, and click
Install. It's just that easy.
Pro Supports Flatpak
Software supports Flatpak repositories and packages.
Pro Easy to update apps in batches
Pro makes super easy to uninstall software and it's depencies.
Pro Shows application screenshots
Lets you see what an app looks like before installing it.
Pro Cross-platform, yet a native GNOME application
Looks great and works intuitively, regardless of which distribution you use.
Doesn't seem to always work.
Con Confusing which versions of software to install
Some are not from the distributor, some are unofficial, and the messaging isn't super great. Also, the screenshots in the store are MUCH too low resolution to glean any really meaningful information out of.
Con Does not show how much time it will take to install an application
Doesn't show download size, package installed size, package/library installation. If your installing a KDE app will it require several hundred mb of dependencies, how long will the install take, are you maxing out a metered connection?