This app is currently available for patrons on Patreon.com. It will be released after a few months.
This is a simple app for listing Flatpak and Snap packages. I created this a few months ago after discovering that I had 4 GB of Flatpak packages installed on my system.
Unlike snap packages that require admin access for installation, Flatpak packages can be installed locally for current user. This does not require admin access, and allows Gnome applications to auto-install dependency packages when required. The packages that are installed can build up over time and consume disk space.
You can use this app to view, update or remove these packages.
I’ve made some changes to the GTK app to make it easier to use. There are now 3 UI modes — easy, advanced and expert.
The Easy mode shows a single page in navigation panel named “Backup” or “Restore”. This page has options for one-click backup (All Items) that was there in previous version of Aptik. This mode is recommended for first time users and for users who don’t want to go into the finer details of what is being backed-up or restored.