OpenMemories: App List
The list of Android apps installable on sony-pmca.appspot.com.
How to add your own
Edit apps.yaml and send us a pull request.
Syntax of apps.yaml
# This yaml file contains a document for every app. Separate them with 3 dashes # (---). The order of app definitions doesn't matter, so please group them by # author. --- package: com.my.package.app # Required. IMPORTANT: This has to be equal to the # package attribute in your app manifest name: My App # Required. The display name of the app author: me # The name of the author desc: A cool little app # A short description homepage: http://mysite.com # Where to find more information about the app # The release section is required. It specifies where your app can be # downloaded. There are several options: # If your app is on github and the apk can be found in the releases section: release: # We will search for the newest release which has an apk asset. # IMPORTANT: The release's title has to be equal to the version attribute in # your app manifest. Add other information to the description. type: github # the two following 2 properties are used to construct the repo's url: user: me repo: my-cool-repo # If you want to host the apks yourself: release: # Please host a yaml file together with your apk to describe the app version # (see more below). This will allow you to release new versions without # sending pull requests every time. type: yaml url: http://mysite.com/app.yaml
If you host the apks on your own server, please add a yaml file listing the apks available for download. Update it every time you release a new version of your app. The syntax of this file:
# This file would be available at http://mysite.com/app.yaml # You can add several app versions to this file (separate them with 3 dashes). # IMPORTANT: The newest release has to be on top. # Please use a different url for every new apk you upload. --- version: "1.0" # Required. IMPORTANT: This has to be equal # to the version attribute in your app # manifest. url: http://mysite.com/app-1.0.apk # Required. An absolute url to the apk file. # The filename should contain the app's # version. date: 2000-01-01T00:00:00Z # The release date desc: Fixed a few bugs # A short description of this release