Complete App Manager for Android. Tag, sort, backup and organize your apps.
• Tag your apps, perform batch actions, see screentime by tag, share app lists
• Backup and restore apps
• Analyze, extract and install APK, APKS, XAPK, APKM and split apk files
• Deep app info, including manifest, components, screentime, install/update history and metadata
• Search, sort and filter apps
See new and updated apps, quick summaries of tags, app usage, storage, unused and recently uninstalled apps
A searchable list of installed apps. Long press or tap the app icon to select one or more apps for batch actions, such as backup or uninstall
Another way to visualize your apps, you can create up to 30 customizable tag groups, and easily add or remove apps. Perform batch actions, such as backup or create sharable lists of apps.
The autotag feature will categorize your apps automatically. You can easily delete these tags and create your own, or modify them in any way you wish.
A searchable, sortable, filterable list of backups, including batch actions. First, you must choose a directory where AppDash will store your backups. It is strongly recommended to create a new directory for AppDash.
For root users, AppDash offers full backup and restore of apps, app data, external app data and expansion (OBB) files. Please note that some apps don’t like backup and restore, so use at your own risk. For non-root users, only the apk will be backed up, no data.
For both root and non-root users, you can enable the auto backup feature, which will automatically back up apps whenever they are updated.
The Tools screen allows quick access to app history, usage and tools to install or analyze APK files. AppDash can handle many formats such as APK, APKS, XAPK and APKM.
Navigation and UI
AppDash is a new class of app that allows deep navigation. Each tab works independently, with its own backstack, allowing you to multitask and compare app details between tabs. You can always return to the beginning by tapping the icon in the bottom navigation bar twice or with the back button or gesture.
You can think of the Explore tab as home, pressing back enough times will always bring you back to Explore before exiting the app.
Almost everything int he app does something, so tap or long press icons, cards or text within the app and there is a good chance something will happen.
All the info you could ever want about an app, with a bottom drawer full of actions such as launch, backup, uninstall, share, extract and more. View internal details such as permissions, manifest and app components.
Maintains a list of app events. The longer AppDash is installed, the more info will be shown. On first launch, it only shows first install time and most recent update. From the time AppDash is installed, it will also keep track of version codes, uninstalls, updates, reinstalls and downgrades.
Get details about screen time and number of launches. By default, a weekly average is shown. Tap on the bar graph to show details for each day. You may show usage details for individual apps, or for tags.
Shows all apps using at least 100MB of storage. For root users, you can also quickly wipe cache to increase disk space.
Launches the system file chooser so you can select one or more APK, APKS, XAPK or APKM files to install.
Similar to the App Details screen, this scans the selected APK, APKS, XAPK or APKM file to get deep information about the app. You may also launch the APK Analyzer from most file explorers by clicking “Open with” and selecting AppDash.
As with all my apps, there are no ads and no user data is collected or monetized. The only revenue is from subscription or in-app purchase. There is a free trial, but you must purchase the app or a subscription to continuing using AppDash for more than seven days. This charge is necessary to support development and expenses.