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.
Apple Configurator for Mac Use Apple Configurator for Mac to deploy iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Apple TV devices in your school or business.
Choose your device while connected via USB (first sign in with your Apple ID) and go to "Actions -> Export -> Info" 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.)
Since iOS14 in 2020 there is App Library. Select the search field at the top to show the apps installed on the device in alphabetical order.
There is a way.
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 including if they are in the App Library, offloaded or fully installed and present on the Home Screen / baseboard.