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fdroidcl: Display info about an app.
$ fdroidcl show ${app_id}
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The command "fdroidcl show ${app_id}" is likely a terminal command that uses the utility "fdroidcl" to retrieve information about a specific app.

Here's an explanation of each component of the command:

  • "fdroidcl": This is the name of the utility or program being executed. It is likely a command-line tool for interacting with the F-Droid app repository on Android.
  • "show": This is a command or sub-command provided by "fdroidcl" to retrieve detailed information about an app.
  • "${app_id}": This is a placeholder or variable representing the unique identifier or package name of the app you want to retrieve information for. The "${}" syntax indicates that it is a variable that needs to be replaced with an actual app identifier while executing the command.

To use this command, you need to replace "${app_id}" with the actual app identifier or package name (e.g., This command will then fetch and display information about the app, such as its name, description, version, developer, license, and more.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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