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  1. martellaj

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    Does anyone know of a way to dump a complete list of apps installed on an Android 2.1 device?

    I am always asked what apps I have installed and it would be great to have a utility that creates an email or text file that lists out all installed applications.
     

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  2. sillyrabbitt123

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    its called app list

    also

    lookup

    appbrain
     
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    Exactly what I was looking for (app list). Thanks!
     
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    Atrackdog. Does that and more
     
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    +1 for Appbrain. A MUST have app.
     
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    Anytime.
     
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    I have yet to hop on the appbrain bandwagon, but I was wondering why all the hype? Is it that much better to use than the android market? Please enlighten :)
     
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    +1
     
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    It isn't a stand alone from market. It actually utilizes the market app. Appbrain is sort of like what Android 2.2 will be in terms of the market website being able to sync to your phone. You go onto the Appbrain site, browse for apps you like, then ON THE SITE you can click "Install" and it will queue it for your next sync. Once you're done picking out your apps, you open the Appbrain app on your Incredible, go to Manage Apps, and then "Sync with Appbrain".. it will then automatically find all the apps you picked out and let you install them. Its great cause it syncs ALL your apps too, so you have a list of all your apps on the site
     
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    Thanks for the heads up. So as a new comer to android, would you say its worth me utilizing appbrain, or would it be more beneficial to just wait it out for the android market?
     
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    get appbrain its worth it
     
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    do you have to give it access to your MAIN gmail account?
     
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    I'd say its definitely a nice website to use UNTIL the Android Market website is updated to sync.

    You can browse for apps without having to wake your phone, and you get the added benefit of reading descriptions/comments/etc. on the comfort of your desktop/laptop screen :)
     
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    havent gotten my inc yet, but when I do, would it make sense for me to dl appbrain, then que up all the apps I want and install them all at once that way?
     
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    You login with your google credentials (yes, this is legit). IIRC, it does NOT access your GMAIL account.
     
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    That works. Or I think, as long as you have a Google account right now, you can do it even before you get the phone, and just have them in queue until you get your phone. I'm not 100% sure but might as well give it a try.
     
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    thanks
     
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    you can just click the thanks button :D
     
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    Sound a little desperate for "Thanks"?:p
     
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    just did

    duh on me i never saw that button lol
     
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    No, and irrelevant to the thread.
     

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