Easily list your Mac Applications from the command line

Mac ApplicationsThere is a real easy simple way to view all the applications you have installed on your Mac from the command line.  Load Terminal and type the following command

ls /Applications

This will show you all the applications, you can also send this into a text file so you can review this later

ls /Applications > /tmp/applist.txt

You can also see what applications have been recently updated, by typing

ls -ltr /Applications 

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