AppSnap Alternatives

    AppSnap is described as 'application that simplifies installation of software'. There are nine alternatives to AppSnap for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, the Web, Android and Android Tablet. The best alternative is Ninite, which is free. Other great apps like AppSnap are Aptoide (Free, Open Source), Snap Store (Free, Open Source), Npackd (Free, Open Source) and Mac App Store (Free).

    The list of alternatives was last updated Mar 21, 2012

    • Ninite is the easiest way to install software. Pick the apps you want, and the Ninite installer will download and install all of your selected apps at once, automatically.
    • Aptoide is a distributed marketplace for mobile applications which runs on the Android operating system.


    • 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.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Linux
      • Online
      • Ubuntu
      • Advanced Package Tool
    • Npackd (pronounced "unpacked") is an application store/package manager/marketplace for applications for Windows.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Windows
    • The Mac App Store is the best place to find apps for Mac. No more boxes, no more disks, no more time-consuming installation.
      • Free
      • Mac
    • "The Great Unattended Project - TGUP is an Online Unattended Installer that downloads and installs latest versions of commonly-used freeware silently in sequence and sorts...

      Discontinued

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      • Free Personal
      • Windows
    • 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.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Linux
    • Hunting down application after application to fill a new computer with your favorite software can be a pain.
      Free application Smart Installer Pack makes it easy.
      • Windows
    • Aranjepack makes it easier to get a computer set up after operating system (re)installation by packaging together useful applications. Most (but not all) applications can be installed without an internet connection.
      • Free
      • Windows