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27th September 2013, 11:58 AM   |  #1  
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> On Google Play > Sideloading


Question: Hi, I'm new to Android. Which apps must I absolutely have?
Answer: Uhm, give me a minute to pen down the list (again)


Ever found yourself in this situation on a forum, on Reddit, Facebook, in a chat, or any other place? Wish you had an easy and painless way of quickly compiling a list of apps installed on your Droid? List My Apps does exactly that! It presents you with an inventory of your device, giving you the ability to select which apps to recommend to your friends on your favorite social network.

Output of LMA is fully customizable through the build-in template editor, with the following standard formats already defined out of the box for your convenience:
  • Plain text
  • HTML list (useful for Drupal)
  • BBCode list (used by most forums)
  • Markdown list (use this on Reddit).

All formats can conveniently link apps back to the market from which they were installed (or to Google Search if no source can be determined).

List My Apps. Is free and open source software. For more information, sideloading options or to leave a tip, please visit my website.


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27th September 2013, 12:09 PM   |  #2  
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Cool idea fair play to ya

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27th September 2013, 12:52 PM   |  #3  
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I use App Dragon App Lister

does a decent job of saving a text file of all apps with the version details and also can email the list.
27th September 2013, 05:11 PM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by cool chirag

I use App Dragon App Lister

does a decent job of saving a text file of all apps with the version details and also can email the list.

List My Apps is pretty much superior in every way:
  • Modern Design
  • App Selection
  • Template driven, customizable output
  • Automatically generates links to where the app can be gotten from
  • Extracts more information from the app
1st October 2013, 03:43 PM   |  #5  
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Ok, had to fix some bugs. v2.1 should no longer crash when pausing while scanning and hopefully I resolved all layout issues
7th October 2013, 04:12 PM   |  #6  
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And a new version with some minor bugfixes, a new default template and the ability to get an item count.
9th October 2013, 01:13 PM   |  #7  
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Will give it a try...

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1st November 2013, 03:19 PM   |  #8  
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A new month, a new version. Enjoy!
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Excellent App man, the concept is not new but your app is way intutive than others, Kudos for the good app, looking forward seeing future enhancements!
18th November 2013, 10:55 AM   |  #10  
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A very nice & easy app to use. As I tend to ROM my phone every so often, I want / need a way to quickly install the essential apps (rather than letting Google restore everything). I had been using AppMonster to do this but your HTML list gives me exactly what I want - a simple list with hyperlinks to the Play store that I can run from my PC.

What about extending the app (if possible) to allow you to select which apps from the list you want installed and have the app go get & install from the Play store - would make 'building' your device after a fresh ROM soooo much easier. Currently, I go to the Play store on PC and search / install from there. Example;
- install ROM & login to Google account
- install List My Apps
- recover saved application list from SDCard / dropbox
- select required apps for install
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