Well the title say it all, I just found a portable apps manager in Liberkey and I'm finding quite useful indeed. Not only does it keep all the apps handy in the one place, I've been able to uninstall several similar/equivelant programs to save space on my SSD, being the Liberkey versions tend to have a smaller footprint.
The program is similar to Nirsoft's app manager, but I like Liberkey better. Now for those of you who don't know about Liberkey, take a look here and see what it has to offer. Most will recognise apps like Ccleaner and others, but there is a wide range of apps in several categories [graphics; office; audio; video; networking; PC management, etc] to choose from. Many you may know, but there may be others you're not so familiar with.
Now being all the apps are portable, you can install Liberkey on a USB stick and take it anywhere and everywhere you go. There are 3 suites of apps to install from the outset: the first being rather basic; the second a little more comprehensive; and the third covers pretty much everything. However; with any of the suites, if there's you feel is missing, there's 260 or more apps on the Liberkey site to choose from.
So if you're into art; writing; photography; music; video; tinkering with PC settings and etc, there's a bit of something for everybody. Now remember, these are portable apps, not full on programs like Photoshop, etc, but for the average user who likes to dabble a bit in art, photography, etc, they should be more than adequate.
Anyhow, take a look and see what you think, I'd be interested to hear.