All My Mac Apps Alternatives

    All My Mac Apps is described as 'Quit scouring the web for your programs, and try the one stop for all your Mac apps' and is a App Store in the category. There are more than 10 alternatives to All My Mac Apps for a variety of platforms, including Linux, Online / Web-based, Windows, Mac and BSD. The best alternative is Chocolatey, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like All My Mac Apps are Npackd (Free, Open Source), Snap Store (Free), Just Install (Free, Open Source) and Mac App Store (Free).

    This page was last updated Jan 2, 2019

    1. Chocolatey NuGet is a Machine Package Manager, somewhat like apt-get, but built with Windows in mind. It is built on top of NuGet command line and the NuGet infrastructure.
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    2. Npackd (pronounced "unpacked") is an application store/package manager/marketplace for applications for Windows. It helps you to find and install software, keep your system up-to-date and uninstall it if no longer necessary.


    3. The Snap Store gives you instant access to thousands of free and open-source applications. And now you can buy apps from some of the leading providers too. All our software is easy to find and install so you can have a customised desktop that suits you in no time.
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    4. just-install - The stupid package installer for Windows.
    5. The Mac App Store is the best place to find apps for Mac. No more boxes, no more disks, no more time-consuming installation. Just like the App Store for iPhone and iPad, click once to download and install any app on your Mac.
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    6. Ubuntu Sources List Generator is a website where you can generate a sources.list file with a lot of useful repositories.
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    7. Deepin Software Center, aka DSC, is one of the most talked about applications of Linux Deepin. Installing new applications is just a one-click operation. DSC supports parallel downloading, resuming downloads, update notification and cache cleaning.
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    8. The Debgen is a tool that allows the user to create /apt/sources.list file by adding some extra repositories beyond the standards.
    9. App Grid is a new lightweight Snap Store alternative that tries to make application discovery easier by using a grid view which includes app screenshots and ratings.
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    10. This program installs a collection of some of the best Ubuntu software and can be considered to be one of the top things to do after installing Ubuntu.
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