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Description

This app lists all purchased apps from AppStore that are installed on your computer.

Features:
• Show all applications from the folder «/Applications» (for the current operating system also /System/Applications)
• Show all purchased apps from the Apple AppStore that are installed on your computer
• Show the count of applications in the Dock
• Window with details about the selected application
• Application name
• Version
• Date and time of purchase
• Date and time of the last update
• Copyright
• Application category
• Application folder
• Application bundle information
• Application bundle name
• Minimum OS
• Retina support
• Application from AppStore
• Manufacturer URL
• Application Icon
• Context menu with this features
• Start application
• Show app in Finder
• Show details
• Open manufacturer URL
• Finder tags
• Copy details to the clipboard
• Open details in TextEdit
• Context menu with the following functions
• Start Application
• Show App in Finder
• Show details
• Open Manufacturer URL
• You can start the application with a double click
• List of all applications with all details
• Show all applications
• Show all applications that are not from AppStore
• Show all applications from AppStore
• Copy all data to the clipboard (for further processing in Excel®, Numbers® or LibreOffice etc.)
• Copy all data of the selected entries to the clipboard (for further processing in Excel®, Numbers® or LibreOffice etc.)
• Export as CSV file
• Export as Excel® XLSX file

What’s New

Version 1.9.0

• Now you can reload all applications
• When application appearance changed, it change some icons and text to the right color
• Touch Bar icons are back again on macOS 10.16.0
• More icons in Touch Bar
• Touch Bar can now be fully customized
• All lists now use the macOS system colors

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Ter3ri ,

Almost useful

If I could attach tags or notes or anything to the output of this app it would be far better at helping me wrangle the multitude of apps I have installed. At the moment you need to run this app, export to a file, import into a spreadsheet and then you can add category or tags or whatever organizational scheme you want. Too many steps for a situation where the source data is changing regularly.

I'll keep this, waiting for a little more function but probably won't use it until then.

Prof. T. ,

It missed most of my apps

ListMyApps is very slow and listed 68 apps along with alot of duplicates from Microsoft I deleted. When I used PrintWIndow on the Applicaitons folder and deleted all but apps, I had 271 files listed with no duplicates found. I like the information the app finds, I just wish it would find all the files and not take so long to run. My OS is Mojave on an iMac with 32 GB memory so that's not the issue.

@user.review ,

Doesn’t work as expected

This app doesn’t quite work as I expected, and it is hard to read. It could do with an update and I will give it a refreshed review.

App Privacy

The developer, @pps4Me, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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