Canonical’s Linux Snap Store Adds 11 Distro-Specific Installation Pages For Every App

Canonical’s Snap Store — a fairly distro-agnostic solution for easily installing a wide variety of apps — is loaded up and ready to go in Linux distributions like Zorin OS and Ubuntu. It’s also supported on dozens of others including Arch, Linux Mint, Manjaro and elementary OS, provided you install the Snapd service first. Now it looks like Canonical is striving to make the entire experience more user-friendly by serving up distro-specific landing pages for every single app in the Snap Store.