App Inspector

4.2
1.12K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Inspect the detailed informations of all apps installed.
Shows permissions used by apps.
Shows apps ordered by install time and usage.
Can extract(download) APK file from installed applications.
(Downloaded file will be saved in Downloads folder)

Included information:
- Package name and version
- Installation and update dates.
- Package file path.
- Target SDK version
- Package size (file size)
- Usage time (recent 1 week)
- Permissions (granted or not)
- Engine or framework analysis.
(Unity 3D, Adobe AIR, Cocos2d, Xamarin, yoyogames GAMEMAKER, Unreal Engine 4)
- Used Java libraries.

bugs and feature requests:
https://github.com/bigflood/AppInspector/issues
Updated on
Oct 30, 2019

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4.2
1.12K reviews
Espen (Minifix)
October 17, 2022
Does what it says,easy and functional. Would be good if user could change text color. I am om dark mode and the black text in search field is nearly impossible to read.
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Phoenix
January 4, 2021
Worked way better than other BS ones out there that only show and delete the main things that you normally see. This also showed the hidden sub app bloat that didn't get uninstalled after trying to uninstall the main app. As a suggested feature upgrade, add the ability to blacklist a particular app such that it reads the list upon system reboot and performs an auto uninstall on it. That would alleviate these BS apps that are root locked because someone sucked someone off and are now embedded.
60 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
June 29, 2019
Please, explain what are those listed permissions which are accessible from the first screen, with some noted "dangerous, some "normal", etc. Are they permissions which potentially an app could access? I am giving 2 stars, because your app seems to use more permissions than necessary (other apps with same functionality do not use any), because you do not allow copying the directory name(s) where the app resides, and because the sorting is not sticky. Every time need to re-sort to my liking. No!
28 people found this review helpful
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What's new

The version number was added when downloading the APK.
minor bug-fixes.