Take a look at your phone. Chances are you have apps that you forgot about, stopped liking, or simply don’t use anymore. Well, it turns out that deleting those apps from your Android Phone is simple. You have three simple options to choose from- just follow these steps below to rid any app that is no longer useful.
Delete apps right from the settings menu on your Android.
This option will work for all Android phones.
Follow these steps to delete apps through the Google play store.
It may take a few seconds for the app to clear from your Android phone, but it will be deleted.
The fastest and easiest way to delete apps on your Android is in the app drawer—the screen that appears when you select the app drawer icon or swipe up from the bottom of the home screen.
The app is deleted and you’re good to go.
Your Android phone came with several pre-installed apps, including some you may want and use, such as Gmail, YouTube, and Facebook. It’s also likely it came with preloaded apps from the manufacture or your wireless carrier. In most cases, these apps aren’t as easy to uninstall compared to the ones you chose to download. If you follow the above steps to delete an app, it won’t work because “Uninstall” will not be an option for pre-installed apps. Instead, you can turn them off so that they won’t show in your list of apps.
Let’s say you accidently delete an app you’ve already purchased and want it back. That’s not a problem.
You’re all set—it’s been restored, and you can it start using it again. No payment will be required.
Now you know how to delete apps on an Android— so you can customize your phone just the way you want it.
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