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So I know there's a bunch of post about installing 3rd party software via GNOME-Software (aka "Ubuntu Softare") but it looks like that may have been resolved with an update. HOWEVER, now that I've installed a 3rd party app (google-musicmanager-beta_current_amd64"), I can't seem to find it under "Installed" software to remove it... Using APT, I get "google-musicmanager-beta/now 1.0.243.1116-r0 amd64 [installed,local]" so Ubuntu recognizes it as installed, but not as far as GNOME-Software can tell. Is anyone aware of a submitted bug on this or am I just missing something? Thanks!

closed as off-topic by chaskes, Pilot6, user117103, Eric Carvalho, muru May 14 '16 at 20:44

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Well that was easy.... Solved via reboot. What is this, Windows? :)

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