App Manager

App Manager

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Welcome to App Manager by Jared Burrows

http://www.burrowsapps.com/

Find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+JaredBurrows

Send all suggestions to burrowsapps@gmail.com

App Manager is a light-weight tool designed to simply help the user to batch uninstall and backup applications with the least amount of permissions as possible. The application quickly lists all the installed applications on the user's phone, displaying information about each application allowing the users to choose whether to uninstall, backup or read detailed information about each applcation.

All apps are backed up to the SD card: ~/Android/data/burrows.apps.appmanager.

App Manager features:

Uninstall Apps
✔ Click on Apps to Uninstall one-by-one
✔ Check multiple Apps to Uninstall (Batch Uninstall)

Backup Apps
✔ Click on Apps to Backup one-by-one
✔ Click on multiple Apps to Backup (Batch Backup)

Install Apps
✔ Click on Apps from Backups to Install
✔ Click on multiple Apps to Install (Batch Install)

Remove Backups
✔ Click on Apps from Backups to Remove
✔ Click on multiple Apps to Remove (Batch Remove)

View Details
✔ Application Information
✓ Application Name
✓ Application version
✓ Application Size(.apk)
✓ Lastest Update
✓ Package Name
✓ Package Source(.apk)
✓ Package Data

FAQ:
Where are my Apps being backed up to?
~/Android/data/burrows.apps.appmanager

Why doesn't App Manager back up app data?
For security reasons. Truthfully, I originally created this app to be light-weight application. I would rather not create an application to back up user's application data and be responsible for the data.

Why doesn't App Manager back up certain applications?
If App Manager did not backup a certain application, the application is most likely a "private" application in which the developer did not want to allow you to obtain the "*.apk". Usually the application is stored in the /data/app-private with less permissions.

Suggestions/Possible Future Updates:
– Allow Root Users to Backup private applications

Permissions requested:
✔ Modify SD Card: Backup apps to the SD card
✔ Internet - Ads

Recently changed in this version

Release Notes:
Version 1.2, 11/18/12 Release:
-Fixed sorting by date
-Fixed double install on Backups menu


Comments and ratings for App Manager
  • (70 stars)

    by Ross Ellis on 13/03/2014

    Helps user organize and uninstall programs on device. Missing option to move apps from internal to sd - but makes up for it with one-touch info pop-up.

  • (70 stars)

    by Craig Letswele on 19/02/2014

    Easier way to manage your files

  • (70 stars)

    by Juan Trinidad on 05/12/2013

    Don't know what to do with it... I am using a galaxy tab, but compared to other games and apps it works fine.
    You should create a non root cheat tool if thats even possible :)

  • (70 stars)

    by a user on 30/08/2013

    Backup apps icon not show in backup list

  • (70 stars)

    by izybit izybit on 12/05/2013

    ok

  • (70 stars)

    by Lisa Elverd on 16/03/2013

    Sux

  • (70 stars)

    by Devin Self on 09/02/2013

    Was able to perform a batch backup very easily. Sadly, there was no automated batch installer, the entire process required that I hit install and done for each installed app. Also, I selected a bunch of the apps that I wanted to restore/re-install from