MyAppList Now Available
Having the greatest App stock is becoming increasingly important for people that want to have a good rep in a forum, and this new application helps by making the list for you. The application was released a few days ago, and its a very simple and free concept. The application goes through your installed application and makes a list of them so you can easily upload them to a forum, blog, or anywhere in the world.
In the quest to teach myself the Android API, I just published my first Android App to the market.
MyAppsList – let’s you generate a list of all your installed applications so you can share it on a forum, web page, etc.
It’s a work in progress and I’m still working on it. Let me know what you think
Market url: market://search?q=com.boots.MyAppsList
If your in the mood to bring your application stock pile to the forums then give this a try.
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