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How Many Apps Do You Have On Your Phone?

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badb0y    135

State your Phone Brand/ Model and the number of apps/games you have installed on it.

 

Games also count as apps so, Apps + Games = Total Apps

 

 

e.g.- iPhone 4s, 100 apps

 

 

You can post multiple phones and their apps count :D

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UseLess    82

Windows Phone 8 (920), ~40 apps. Only use 8 however. Just haven't bothered to uninstall them =P

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Arpit    75

iphone 5S, 135 apps...admittedly i use less than half.

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Buttus    849

GS3, play store says i have 98, which i don't think includes the junk pre-installed by verizon...

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Xenon    441

HTC One 95. But really only use about a quarter of that.

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+Zag L.    295

I have a rooted/cleaned Samsung Galaxy SII and have 5 non-system apps. Browser, Pandora, DropBox, GMail and Holo Launcher

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Max Norris    2,048

On my phones (HTC One for home, Lumia 900 for work), not many, just use the basics at best, 99% of the time it's just calls, SMS, photos when I don't feel like bringing a real camera, occasionally GPS or a browser once in a while.  Just don't care for trying to work on such a small screen.

 

Tablets are another story, both Windows 7 and Android, gets a lot more usage.

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theyarecomingforyou    9,089

Probably about 5-10, with only a couple that I use regularly. I like to keep installed apps to a minimum, especially games which can spam you with notifications.

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metallithrax    488

Xperia U - 13 apps that I downloaded

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badb0y    135

300 apps iPhone 4s

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ichi    350

Nexus4: 44 apps, only 2 of them games.

 

I use some of them a lot (Hangouts, Google Play Music, Currents, Authenticator...) and others only some times (like GotoMeeting or a couple of bank apps) but I don't have stuff I never use.

 

Nexus7: 66 apps, about 25 of them games + pretty much the same as on my phone.

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DocM    12,485

74 apps (no games) + photos & videos

LG Optimus G Pro (2g system RAM, 32g internal + 64g microSD storage)

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Alwaysonacoffebreak    692

Xperia ZL - 1 if counting the ones that I've installed myself which didn't come with the phone, an SSH client.

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The Dark Knight    171

Nexus 4 - 96 apps

2nd Nexus 4 - 37 apps

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cbosdell    4

iPhone 4S - 81 apps

Pre3 - 93 apps

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+The Evil Overlord    17,105

I don't know, however many apps the sgs3 comes with, plus playstation friends

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Anibal P    2,003

Not counting pre installed:

 

HTC One 54

Nexus 7 (2013) 48

 

Use most on any given time, might have to go through all my apps and remove the ones I'm not actually using

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Sadelwo    141

Lumia 820. Including Nokia apps about 53. Use 2/3 of those regularly.

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Brian M.    773

iPhone 5S - 86 Apps.

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+jamesyfx    349

On my Nexus 5.. 10 apps, not including Google Play stuff.

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