LibreOffice AppImage

An AppImage is an app package for Linux distros that is an alternative to Flatpaks, Snaps, and apps packaged for traditional repositories. They are different from these because they do not need to be installed on a distro.

Rather, the package contains the app and all the files needed to run it. It does not need to use any libraries from the Linux distro on which it is running.

Some Linux versions of apps are only available as AppImages.

LibreOffice

LibreOffice’s AppImage comes with all the apps the full suite offers. There are several different choices that can be downloaded from https://www.libreoffice.org/download/appimage/

Other apps

The apps can be stored on a USB drive or another type of external drive or virtual drive and taken from computer to computer.

Here are a few apps packaged as an AppImage. Clicking the links will download the app.

InkScapeOpenShot video editorKritaOnlyOfficeCaprine (an app that replaces FaceBook Messenger)FirefoxBalena Etcher (writes OS images on drives)Joplin (notetaking app)
The Joplin notetaking app is pictured next to the folder where it is stored in Linux Mint 20. The folder contains several other AppImages.