Your mini-guide of how to get rid of unwanted apps.
If you want to keep your Android device in a good condition, you must take pretty good care of it. One of your Android "duties" is proper management of apps.
It is generally advisable that if you don't use a given app or game or if it creates some problems (e.g. slower response of your Android device, shortened battery life etc.), you should uninstall it.
On this page, you will learn how to do it in easy and quick ways.
Easy Uninstaller makes the whole process of uninstalling Android apps or Android games a snap. All you have to do is just check the app you desire to uninstall and press Uninstall Selected Apps. It's especially useful if you want to uninstall a few apps at the same time.
You may also see my video on how to uninstall apps using Easy Uninstaller:
Just go to Settings > Apps to manage apps and notifications. If you want to uninstall or move some apps to, for example, SD memory, go to Settings > Storage > Make more space.
This is a very solid feature. You can do without installing any third party apps.
One of such apps is Android App Manager, a free multi-function app. It displays the list of all apps. After you check an app, you will be given a choice to remove or back it up.
Apart from app management, you can also erase history (e.g. call and sms logs), view system information (detailed information on battery, RAM, internal storage, external storage, CPU status etc.) and change many settings of your device (e.g. sound, display, location services and so on).
Where to Look For Other Apps for Android?
You already know how to uninstall apps. However, most often you will install them, rather than get rid of them. That's why you should know that you have at least three great and totally secure sources of tons of apps for your device: