Using APT it is possible to install applications and keep them up-to-date. APT is only available in Debian based systems. The same can be said about, for example, RPM for Red Hat. Because there are many package managers to maintain, more and more developers are publishing AppImages, Flatpacks, Snaps and so on. In itself, that is a good evolution, but particularly for AppImages in this case, it's difficult to always use the latest version. I always have to look at the developer site to download the latest version.
My question: are there package managers for AppImage that keep track of all AppImages? The system should be able to search, install, upgrade and launch them.
If this doesn't already exist. How do you manage different AppImages?
I think it's a good practice to create a folder like
Please do correct my English and/or extend the question if needed. Thanks in advance.