Ninite Alternatives for Linux

Popular Alternatives to Ninite for Linux. Explore 13 Linux apps like Ninite, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

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. If your looking for more info about Ninite like screenshots, reviews and comments you should visit our info page about it. Below you find the best alternatives.

The list of alternatives was last updated: 9/4/2018 10:30:00 AM

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  • Zero Install

    Zero Install is a decentralised cross-distribution software installation system. Other features include full support for shared libraries, sharing between users, and integration with native platform package managers. It supports both binary and source packages, and works on Linux, Mac OS X, Unix and Windows systems. It is fully Open Source. More social network pages: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThomasLeonard5 Source code: Main: https://github .

    • it is good that i dont have to go around and get them one by one Guest • Nov 2018 Disagree   Agree

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  • Aptik

    Command line utility to simplify re-installation of software packages after upgrading and re-installing the Linux distribution.

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  • App Grid

    App Grid is a new lightweight Ubuntu Software Center alternative that tries to make application discovery easier by using a grid view which includes app screenshots and ratings. Discover the best of Open Source in the Ubuntu archives. Complete with ratings, reviews & screenshots.

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  • Deepin Software Center

    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. Applications are represented by large, beautiful and informative icons. For each application there is a detailed description and a few screenshots, as well as user reviews and ratings.

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  • PostInstallerF

    PostInstallerF is a small, lightweight, useful tool that can be used to install 100+ essential softwares, Games, audio/video codecs, and third-party repositories which are not included by default in Fedora, Ubuntu and Manjaro. Initially, It was built only for Fedora distributions, but now it supports some other popular distributions such as Ubuntu and Manjaro. You need an Internet connection to download and install the packages. Keep in mind that PostInstallerF is not a Software Center.

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  • Oduso

    Oduso is a tool to quickly install apps, themes and tweaks. Just select the apps that you would like to install and paste the generated command into the terminal. Each app or theme has a little command and oduso patches the selected commands into one file.

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  • AppCenter

    AppCenter is a fast software store built on top of libappstore (https://launchpad.net/libappstore ) AppCenter brings handcrafted apps and extensions directly to your desktop. Quickly discover new apps and easily update the ones you already have. No license keys, no subscriptions, no trial periods.

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  • Ubuntu After Install

    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. Selecting and Installing all the extra software on a new Ubuntu computer can be time consuming. I wanted to automate the process on new machines as well as simplify the installation for new users. All comments and improvements are very welcome as this is purely a personal project at this point and must be considered a work in progress.

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  • Windows Packager

    wpkg is the actual Windows Packager. The tool used to create, check, install, configure, and remove packages. Although it is called "Windows Packager" it works under Unices as well, although it is very likely that you already have a packager on your system and therefore it probably won't be useful if you use Unix (i.e. Debian has dpkg, Red Hat has rpm, etc.) Actually, wpkg is very heavily based on the Debian Packager, although it does not pretend to be a real clone.

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