how to launch the tor browser from a snap install?

Trying to launch tor I get prompts to install with apt whereas I’m using snap:

thufir@dur:~$    thufir@dur:~$   tor  Command 'tor' not found, but can be installed with:  sudo apt install tor  thufir@dur:~$    thufir@dur:~$   torbrowser-launcher  Command 'torbrowser-launcher' not found, but can be installed with:  sudo apt install torbrowser-launcher  thufir@dur:~$    

This is after just installing tor through snap, as below. How is the browser launched?

thufir@dur:~$    thufir@dur:~$   sudo snap install tor  snap "tor" is already installed, see 'snap help refresh' thufir@dur:~$    thufir@dur:~$   snap info tor name:      tor summary:   Anonymising TCP overlay network publisher: Iain R. Learmonth (irl) license:   unset description: |   Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against   traffic analysis, a form of network surveillance that threatens personal   freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships,   and state security.    Tor will accept connections from other applications on your computer on TCP   port 9050. If you would just like to browse the web with Tor, see Tor   Browser instead. This client is configured with defaults that will work for   most use cases. For advanced use, install tor from your distribution's   package manager. services:   tor: simple, enabled, active snap-id:      GZm8Xr8BoWoe4y5pN1QJp3OGWyKGbDqc tracking:     stable refresh-date: today at 01:10 PDT channels:   stable: 2018-11-07 (2) 6MB -   candidate: ↑                              beta:      ↑                              edge:      ↑                            installed:            (2) 6MB - thufir@dur:~$    

I would naively hope that the snap install for tor would include the browser launcher. Running Cosmic:

thufir@dur:~$    thufir@dur:~$   lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description:    Ubuntu 18.10 Release:    18.10 Codename:   cosmic thufir@dur:~$