This feature is available in all editions.
The Applications page shows all of the integrated applications that have been granted specific authentication access to your Lifecycle API through access tokens. Lifecycle administrators can see all of the applications that have been created system wide, including public applications (which is available to all members) as well as personal applications (which are private to the owner/creator). From this page, the following tasks can be performed:
Revoke applications or individual grants if they are no longer needed
Create new public applications for use by all members
Promote personal applications to "public" applications
What is the difference between a public application and a personal application?
A "public" application is an application that has been created by an administrator and that is available for use by anyone within the system. A "personal" application is an application that an individual member has created for themselves. Note that this type of application can only be used by the member who created it. It is not available to other members.
To manage applications, your Admin Privileges role must be set to "Sys Admin".