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I'm looking for an easy way to see a list of all the apps that are currently installed on my iPhone (running iOS9). In earlier versions of iOS it was possible to just type a '.' into Spotlight and all the apps would come up in a list, but I haven't found a way to do this easily on iOS 9.

  • On Settings, scroll down and you should see at the end a last section which features all of your Third Party Apps installed on your current iDevice, found it? – FET Jun 30 '16 at 22:29
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    @Leonardo is correct, there's no other simple way of listing all apps due to Apple's sandboxing of apps. Apps can't see other apps anymore. – fsb Jun 30 '16 at 23:11
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if you're using a Mac install "Apple Configurator 2" from the Mac App Store. Choose your device while connected via USB and go to "Actions->export->informations" in the top menu bar. Then you can choose which details like installed Apps, serial number, etc. you want to export as csv list (you can open in Numbers e.g.)

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The only way to achieve this so far is by

  1. Opening Settings
  2. Scrolling down until the last section, there you'll find a list of all the Apps installed on your current iDevice

Hope this helped you out!

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    This will generally only show you apps that have a settings page configured. Not all apps will do this. – S.Robins Jan 13 at 12:05
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There is a way.

Go to

Settings > General > Storage and iCloud Usage

You should see two buttons labelled ‘Manage Storage’. Click on the first.

This will give you a list of apps installed.

Hope this helps.

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    Not all apps participate in iCloud, so many apps will be missed in this list. – S.Robins Jan 13 at 12:05

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