Appster is a simple little program to sort and export a list of your favorite applications and export them to html.
While you won't find yourself doing this sort of task often, it can be useful if you feel like listing your favorite applications on your blog or website. All you need to do is click the programs you want in the list. You can add notes for each of them and the developer website. If multiple versions of the same program are installed, you can choose which one you want to select.
Clicking 'export to html' will generate the list, with links and thumbnails normally included. You can set the size of the thumbnail thanks to a slider and then use urls from three download sites, VersionTracker, MacUpdate and iUseThis, but unfortunately not Softonic (you can still set that yourself though).
If you press 'Hide' after selecting a few applications, these will not appear in your list. This allows you to filter out the ones you don't want. Unfortunately, that's pretty much the only option Appster offers to filter your list.
Overall a pretty straightforward, Appster lets you create and export in html a list of your favorite applications.