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Some applications use web services to provide services to users (especially Unity lenses). Things with APIs that might change, or things that might be updated. So what happens when someone submits a Reddit Lens and then a week later it breaks and it needs to be updated?

Is there a process where I as an application author can update my application in the software center independent of the Ubuntu release cycle?

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Definitely. If you are an app author who has submitted an application to the Software Centre through the My Apps web interface on the Ubuntu App Developer Site, you can distribute updates following this easy process:

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Probably try to update in Github, Its will support all Linux.

Not specially Ubuntu. -

  1. You will get more response and will reduce your app bug also. so more advantages.
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