Currently Being ModeratedOct 1, 2010 6:14 PM (in response to Billbillbill)You didn't say what type of computer you're using. If you're using a Windows PC, you can get a list of apps suitable for import into Excel by setting up a text only printer and setting it to print to a file. See Windows help or search the net for steps. If you can't find the steps, let us know what operating system you're using and I'll see if I can give you step-by-step instructions for setting it up.
Once you've got the printer set up, go to iTunes and display your apps in list format. You can choose the columns you want and the order you want them in (within limits -- you won't have complete freedom to choose). Then select print from the File menu and in the Print "Apps" dialog, select "Song Listing" (yes, it's weird to select "Songs" when you're printing apps, but that's what's there). Then in the "Theme" drop-down, select "Custom". Then click the "Page Setup" button and select Landscape (otherwise you'll get lots of unnecessary word wrapping). Next, click “OK” in the Print “Apps” dialog which will take you to the normal Windows print menu. In that menu, select the text-to-file printer you set up before and click “OK”. You’ll be prompted for a file name for the output file. I suggest you use “.txt” as the extension (e.g., “applist.txt”). Click “OK” and your app list will be created. Where the file goes depends on how you set up your text-to-file printer – mine goes to the desktop. These steps are with WinXP – steps may vary a bit if you’re using another version of Windows. If you’re using a Mac, I can’t help. Good Luck!Windows XP Pro
Currently Being ModeratedMay 15, 2012 10:22 AM (in response to KumbiaKid)
Posting an easier solution, in case any one needs it in future.
Find the directory path where the App's IPA file is stored and simple go to command prompt and list (ls in MAC and dir in windows) pipe the output to text file.
on my MAC:
ls "/<userhome/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music/Mobile Applications"/ > Appslist.txt
Currently Being ModeratedNov 25, 2012 7:39 PM (in response to mdevarasetty)
Thanks for this! It pasted nicely into Word and Excel.
One slight difference... on my MAC the path is:
"/<userhome/Music/iTunes/Mobile Applications"/ > Appslist.txt
Currently Being ModeratedMar 22, 2014 6:03 PM (in response to KumbiaKid)
I highlight, clicked print, selected songs, and saved as .pdf.
Thanks for the help!