Application backups are overrated. When I changed from a Razr-M to Galaxy s5, I did not want to restore all of my old apps. With this wonderful app I could have access to all my apps and pick and choose. My contacts were copied by another app. Life is good.
This does exactly what I wanted: save a list of my installed apps into Evernote in a format that I can easily scan and click links to reinstall the app. (The default Text format works perfectly for this.) I tried several other app listers and they all fell down on this simple task.
Useful, especially with the auto backup feature. Could really use cloud upload of the exported file though, in case the device is lost or damaged. Currently I'm having to backup the destination folder with FolderSync as a workaround. Maybe this app could target the Android M backup API.
It works After doing a factory reset, this shows the apps now. (Before reset, it showed 0 apps, but that is when I really needed to make the list.) One good thing this has, it automatically updates the XML file. But the info is very limited. Only the name and package URL. Another app (List my apps) is customizable with more information and output file formats, but it doesn't automatically update the output file. While this can include uninstalled apps, it doesn't seem to indicate which are still installed.
Exactly the one i wanted I was fed up keeping apps just so that i don't have to forget search again from scratch on Google play. Here is an alternative*remembering* just the way i wanted.
Superb app! Lists all the installed apps on the phone. This is the best solution when someone has a problem of protected apps not showing in the trebuchet launcher of cyanogen os! Thank u developers for this app! Where can I get the source code for this app?
Added some improvements
Now you can search in your application list
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