How to install flatpaks and appimage in linux

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Flatpak is a utility for software deployment and package management for Linux. It is advertised as offering a sandbox environment in which users can run application software in isolation from the rest of the system.
▢️ Installing flatpak package
sudo apt install flatpak
▢️ Adding the Remote Repo
flatpak remote-add –if-not-exists flathub
▢️ Searching for flatpak application_ID
flatpak search spotify
and copy the application_ID
▢️ installing flatpak .
flatpak install flathub application_ID
▢️ listing all flatpak
flatpak list -a
▢️ listing only the applications
flatpak list –app
▢️ to open a flatpak app
flatpak run application [flatpak run] OR you can run it from your menu
▢️ updating flatpaks
flatpak update
▢️ removing a flatpak
flathub remove application_ID []

The key idea of the AppImage format is one app = one file. Every AppImage contains an app and all the files the app needs to run. In other words, each AppImage has no dependencies other than what is included in the targeted base operating system(s).
▢️giving the executable permission
a. Do it using GUI right click on the appimage . select the setting and then go to permission tab and check the [allow executing option]
b. open terminal write [ chmod u+x /pathname/appimage_file]
Double click to open the appimage

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