This is a (rather quick) HowTo for the ever-elusive 'list of installed App Store apps. (If someone's posted an easier way than this, let me know please.) This works with iPhones too. I have not tested it on OS 3 (just 2.2.1), but it should work regardless. You need: Jailbroken iPod touch/iPhone Excel (brief tutorial on what we'll be using later: http://www.contextures.com/xladvfilter01.html ) Some way to get files from your device (i.e. WinSCP, AirSharing, etc...) Open Terminal, and from the Home directory type this command: ls -R | grep .app > Apps.txt This will list recursively all files and folders, search for only the lines with .app in them, and then write them to a text file called Apps.txt. Now copy your Apps.txt file to your computer via whatever means you like. Open Excel, and enter in cell A1 "App Name," without the quotes or comma. Copy and paste the contents into Excel starting from cell A2. Now sort the data you just pasted in alphabetically. That will put all of the entries that start with ./ at the beginning. Highlight and delete those entries. In B1, type "App Name," without the quotes or comma. In B2, type "*.app/," without the quotes or comma (keep the asterisk and slash). Now, we're going to use the Advanced filter option. Refer to the link near the beginning for how to get there. For your, "List Range," highlight all the cells from A1 to the end of your data. For your, "Criteria Range," highlight B1 and B2. You can choose to copy it or sort it in the area or whatever you like. Hit OK and you now have a sorted list of App Store apps. NOTE: There might be some Cydia apps in there, I think I saw one when I did it, but there won't be many. Sticky would make me happy. How'd I do, overall? Kudos? Kudon'ts?