List My Apps

List My Apps


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? Your friend, uncle, aunt, etc. recently converted to Android and you, being the local tech guru, are now suppose to tell them what to download?


Sifting through the app drawer is a hassle. What should you recommend? Why? and most importantly: how? A list with appname, market link and optionally a comment would be great, but is no fun to compile manually.
With List My Apps, the task becomes as easy as checking the app(s) you want to recommend and sharing them as:

• Plain text
• HTML list (e.g. for blog comments)
• BBCode list (used by many forums)
• Markdown list (e.g. for Reddit)
• Market URL (e.g. for direct sharing via barcode scanner app or importing in Raccoon: http://www.onyxbits.de/raccoon)
• Any custom format, defined through the build-in template editor.


Interested in discovering new apps yourself? List My Apps also includes a quid-pro-quo social sharing feature: just select some apps, hit "browse" and trade your recommendation for someone elses!

Recent changes:
- Added itallian translation
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About List My Apps
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? Your friend, uncle, aunt, etc. recently converted to Android and you, being the local tech guru, are now suppose to tell them what to download?


Sifting through the app drawer is a hassle. What should you recommend? Why? and most importantly: how? A list with appname, market link and optionally a comment would be great, but is no fun to compile manually.
With List My Apps, the task becomes as easy as checking the app(s) you want to recommend and sharing them as:

• Plain text
• HTML list (e.g. for blog comments)
• BBCode list (used by many forums)
• Markdown list (e.g. for Reddit)
• Market URL (e.g. for direct sharing via barcode scanner app or importing in Raccoon: http://www.onyxbits.de/raccoon)
• Any custom format, defined through the build-in template editor.


Interested in discovering new apps yourself? List My Apps also includes a quid-pro-quo social sharing feature: just select some apps, hit "browse" and trade your recommendation for someone elses!

Recent changes:
- Added itallian translation

User reviews of List My Apps
1/10/2013 Simple listing what apps you have on phone. Good for saving in case you need to reinstall everything i guess
Sep 30, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 12, 2015
Good app! Allows me to keep a list of my apps and send it to any cloud storage I like. Good work, developers!
A Google User
Jan 10, 2015
Does what I wanted Works great, easy, can tailor to suit needs.
A Google User
Dec 29, 2014
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
A Google User
Dec 17, 2014
Good
A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Sweeetly