Canonical's universal package solution.
snapd package can be installed with
sudo pacman -S snapd snapd-glib
To enable the snap service, run
sudo systemctl enable --now snapd
From the terminal or via a graphical store like Pamac
sudo snap install <app name>
flatpak package can be installed with
sudo pacman -S flatpak
It may be necessary to reboot after installing Flatpak.
By using flathub
Navigate to Flathub to an app you want and click install.
It may be required to open the downloaded file.
Installing an app from the terminal
sudo flatpak install <app name>
Deleting an app from the terminal
sudo flatpak uninstall <app name>
or use a graphical store like Pamac
appimagelauncher package can be installed with
sudo pacman -S appimagelauncher
Open it, select Integrate and run.
Download an Appimage of your choice and double click it
Choose whether you want to integrate the app into your system or use it once.