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Frequency Pro


*Featured on LifeHacker and XDA Developers*

Frequency: the newest and best-looking way to see what apps you use, how much you use them, and when you use them. See what apps you never use and uninstall them right from the app!


The Pro version includes:
✓ The background app-tracking process can start at boot instead of needing to start the app once your phone first boots up
✓ Change the app-tracking accuracy. By default, Frequency tracks your app usage every 30 seconds, but this can be raised or lowered. The more accurate you set the app usage accuracy, the more battery consumption the app uses


Along with the rest of the Frequency features:
✓ Holo Card UI design
✓ View all apps you have used in the timeframe, or all apps you have installed in the timeframe
✓ Show the amount of time you have used your apps Today, Last Week, Last Month, Last 3 Months, or All Time
✓ No-Show list for app usage that you don't want to show


★Frequency Pro has peaked at:★
• All apps → #37 in Top New Paid Apps
• Tools category → #2 in Top New Paid Apps
• Tools category → #16 in Top New Free Apps (Free version)

NOTE: This app doesn't currently work properly in Android L, due to its change in API. We're currently fixing this.

Recent changes:
v1.3
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Removed ability to install on Android L until a fix is found
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$0.99
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4.4
User ratings
161
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Frequency Pro
*Featured on LifeHacker and XDA Developers*

Frequency: the newest and best-looking way to see what apps you use, how much you use them, and when you use them. See what apps you never use and uninstall them right from the app!


The Pro version includes:
✓ The background app-tracking process can start at boot instead of needing to start the app once your phone first boots up
✓ Change the app-tracking accuracy. By default, Frequency tracks your app usage every 30 seconds, but this can be raised or lowered. The more accurate you set the app usage accuracy, the more battery consumption the app uses


Along with the rest of the Frequency features:
✓ Holo Card UI design
✓ View all apps you have used in the timeframe, or all apps you have installed in the timeframe
✓ Show the amount of time you have used your apps Today, Last Week, Last Month, Last 3 Months, or All Time
✓ No-Show list for app usage that you don't want to show


★Frequency Pro has peaked at:★
• All apps → #37 in Top New Paid Apps
• Tools category → #2 in Top New Paid Apps
• Tools category → #16 in Top New Free Apps (Free version)

NOTE: This app doesn't currently work properly in Android L, due to its change in API. We're currently fixing this.

Recent changes:
v1.3
------
Removed ability to install on Android L until a fix is found

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A Google User
Oct 11, 2014
BS. It only shows a few of the applications. Apparently it has no access to many of the default applications. For example Factory Test and Context Service. Also, it does not remember to show all applications. Maybe that's intentional, maybe they don't want you to know about all the applications it does not keep track of. In other words... It is an unsophisticated program, probably written by somebody who knows little about programming.
A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
Refund Needed: App don't works on my Note 3 N9005 with Kitkat 4.4.2. Please issue me an refund or please release an update as soon as possible.
A Google User
Aug 3, 2014
Kool Working good for me
A Google User
Jul 17, 2014
Pretty... Can be quite slow at times but does the job I guess
A Google User
Jun 28, 2014
Slow Nice UI but quite slow to load everything on my Nexus 7. My Nexus 5 running Android L does not count any apps other than Google Search tho so if this could be fixed would be back to 4*