When a friend gets a new Android phone, the first thing they ask you is what apps you have installed on your phone. Then they ask you why. And you do your best to tell each of them individually about all the great apps you’re using and why they might want to use them as well.
You do this to the extent of your memory, but unlike the memory on your Android phone, yours isn’t that good. You miss things. You tell them the wrong names, only to realize it later on.
Well, now there’s an app that will solve these problems for you. It will catalog your apps and also provide an explanation for you to share with your friends. Meet List My Apps.
How To Use List My Apps
The app’s home screen lists all the apps on your device. On the top there’s an option to always link to the Play Store even if the app wasn’t downloaded from there. You should check this because even if you’re smart enough to have F-Droid installed, your friend might not be.
Start checking the apps you want to share with your friend, or select all.
On the top you’ll see options for Copy, Share and the Format. The app can generate the list in plain text, HTML, or my favorite, Markdown.
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