It is a common situation that I am sure you must have come across, when you meet someone who is new to Android world. People, who are either new to Android or someone new to you, might ask you which all apps you have installed in your phone. What would you do in that situation? Wouldn’t it be better if there was something that can help us in letting know the apps installed in our phone rather than counting and making a list of all of them manually thereby consuming much time?
Well here is an Android app just for this purpose of creating a list of all the Android apps; you have in your phone within seconds and with just a touch of a button. The app is called as List My Apps and as the name suggests, it can lists all the apps installed in your phone by you over the time (and not the factory installed apps) so that you can know what all apps you are using.
The app works right away when you touch to open it by presenting the list of the apps installed by you. However you, now, have the option of viewing the detailed view of the apps. The views you can use are,
• Plain text : lists only the name of the app, and its domain
• HTML list: listing the download location of the app
• BBCode or MarkDown list: useful when sharing the list online on some forums
In my view, the app is really useful as it helps in saving time for you by presenting the list of the installed apps just in seconds, moreover it also allows you to share this list via email, social networking site or as text too.
So next time if someone asks you what all apps you have in your phone, you know what you need to do.