In batch operations and in the app details page, only block trackers was present. It is replaced by block/unblock trackers, i.e. on clicking the item an alert dialog will be displayed where the user can choose to block/unblock/cancel the action.
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Yet another Android package manager and viewer, but...
…and other minor features such as installing/uninstalling/updating/enabling/disabling apps, displaying app installation info, opening in F-Droid, Aurora Droid or Aurora Store. This single app combines the features of 5 or 6 apps any tech-savvy person needs!
There is a Telegram channel for App Manager.
The following steps are required only if you want to build APKS:
/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"
brew install bundletool
sudo apt-get install build-essential
sudo yum groupinstall "Development Tools"
sudo pacman -S base-devel
bundletoolcommand. A quick way would be to create a file
/usr/local/bindirectory with the following content:
#!/usr/bin/env bash exec java -jar "/path/to/bundletool-all.jar" "$@"
Make sure to replace
/path/to/bundletool-all.jar with the actual path for bundletool-all.jar. Also, make the file executable:
chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bundletool
git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/MuntashirAkon/AppManager.git
You can use the
--depth 1 argument if you don't want to clone past commits.
The command will generate a universal APK instead of a bundled app.
In order to create a bundled app in APKS format, build Android App Bundle (AAB) first. Then run the following command:
debug based on your requirements. It will ask for keystore credentials interactively.
The script above will also generate a universal APK.
You are welcome contribute to App Manager! This doesn't mean that you need coding skills. You can help App Manager by creating helpful issues, attending discussions, improving documentations and translations, making icon for icon packs, adding unrecognised libraries or ad/tracking signatures, reviewing the source code, as well as reporting security vulnerabilities. If you are going to contribute to AM with your coding skills, please read the following:
Note: Repositories located in sites other than GitHub are currently considered mirrors and PR/MR submitted there will not be accepted. Instead, you can submit patches (as
.patch files) via email attachment. My email address is muntashirakon [at] riseup [dot] net. Beware that such emails may be publicly accessible in future. GitHub PRs will be merged manually using the corresponding patches. As a result, GitHub may falsely mark them closed instead of merged. Make sure to sign-off your commits.
App Manager doesn't support any donations directly. However, if you like my projects (App Manager being one of them), you can buy me a coffee by sending an anonymous donation to one of the following Bitcoin addresses:
33TDkWVv5EgwfKGJk7YaS2Ev1CBzBP9Sav 38bzvWDD99dJhXg9tC4yQEnGdnAKPtwSXG 3FHTxPoYa92dNJK6pkhwyVkMG8Vv3VpGpg
By sending me BTC, you agree that you will not share the transaction info in public i.e. the transaction will remain anonymous, nor will you use it as a leverage to prioritise your requested features. I accept feature requests without any donations, and they are prioritised according to my preferences.
App Manager is open for funding/grants. If you are an organisation interested in funding it you can contact me directly at muntashirakon [at] riseup [dot] net (FINGERPRINT:
A list of credits and libraries are available in the About section of the app.