Great app Very useful for those that like to keep a list of what they have installed.
Does the job! Clean and cutter-free interface, good for novice users. The tagging is a bit verbose, IMO. Template editor, again, does its job. Overall it scores full marks in the "minimum viable product" feature list. Needs filtering capabilities based on app properties (like size, most frequently used, paid/free etc)
More than meets the eye There are a ton of apps that give you a list of all installed apps, and they appear to all be the same. But first I noticed it could create a list in a variety of formats including HTML, BBCode, and Markdown, then I noticed these formats are actually templates you can edit or add to, then I noticed you can add your own annotations for each app to describe or review it so that these show up when you export it. Well done! The only quirk I found, and I am not sure if this is the app's fault, the keyboard's fau
Quite good. Does just what is needed. Doesn't need any special permissions--that is especially great! Maybe application versions would be good to add. And in HTML list output in "List made using" link href attribute value is not quoted (no problem, just a slight omission).
I like the app, but unfortunately I know it does NOT list ALL my apps. I have over 250 apps but it only lists 124. The concept is great but, sadly, it's not giving correct results. It's still useful, but does fall short. So I have to rate it 3 stars. NOTE: Other App "My App List" listed 164. I gave that app a 3 star also. Still looking for one that gets them all!
Working flawlessly Although, I have observed when I was sharing the data of Mark down list through WhatsApp, the list has been cut down short. Although it's WhatsApp limitation and we can't do anything about it. Other than that.. It's a killer app.
Deprecated the "quid pro quo" app recommendation feature (it never really worked as intended); Put Raccoon in it's place.