A helper application for Linux distributions serving as a kind of “entry point” for running and integrating AppImages .
Some apps such as Steamlink-Twitch-GUI etc. are not snapped. So sometimes one needs to use AppImages.
They are cumbersome in themselves (especially in mentioned examples case): one has to download both streamlink-3.2.0-1-cp310-cp310-manylinux2014_x86_64.AppImage and streamlink-twitch-gui-v2.0.0-x86_64.AppImage plus then make them executable and even further to tweak inside the program. Even then the streams won’t launch (Totem -player for example, MPV yes, snapped VLC: no!).
Quite bad for new users and most just give up.
So then, when one has to sometimes download AppImages and make them pinned on launcher menu, the AppImageLauncher at least should be found in Snap Store (straight from Ubuntu Software center).
Please, snap AppImageLauncher.
At least there are “only three” different packaging ways in universal means now: snaps, flatpaks and appimages.