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Insight: Install gnome twitch in Ubuntu
Twitch is a live-streaming app from Twitch Interactive which is now owned by Amazon. Gnome Twitch is an open source application which let you to watch twitch streams on Linux based operating system. You can easily browse and search channels and games along with fully integrated native chat. At the time of this article, Twitch 0.4.2 has been released.
How To Install Gnome Twitch in Ubuntu 18.04
Let’s install Gnome Twitch In Ubuntu 18.04 with the help of following commands:
At first you need to add PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8
Now, run the following command to install twitch in Ubuntu
sudo apt update && sudo apt install gnome-twitch
After installing, you can search twitch from dashboard.
Install Gnome Twitch Via Flatpak
flatpak install flathub com.vinszent.GnomeTwitch
Now, run Gnome twitch using following command:
flatpak run com.vinszent.GnomeTwitch
Meanwhile, if you need .deb file: