The Fig App Store lets users browse and download apps built specifically for the Fig platform. All apps on the App Store are open source.
To open an app you have installed, simply run
fig app_identifier where the app_identifier is the unique name of the appear. This appears under the app name under my apps. Some examples:
fig google hello world
The current Fig App Store is very simple but is getting revamped by early August as described below.
(The next version of the Fig App Store will be available by the end of July / early August)
Clicking an app will feature a popup window that contains:
A longer description
Including subcommands and examples
Screenshots and demos
Links to open source repo
App installation and usage analytics
Security and Privacy is something Fig takes seriously. Before apps are listed on the App Store, they are vetted by Fig. You can read more about the vetting process on the Security & Privacy page.
Before installing an App, a user must agree to the permissions each app is requesting. These permissions will be available on each App's page and are alerted again before you install an app. If you do not agree to the permissions, do not install or open the app. If you are unsure, all apps on the Fig Apps are open source meaning you can verify the code yourself.
Access to HTTP requests
Read from the filesystem
Write to the file system
Execute shell commands in the background
Insert commands in your terminal
Run commands in your terminal
Run potentially dangerous commands (such as