In the process of finding the right application, you often have to test dozens of other applications. And after the suitable applications are found on the Android device, a lot of unnecessary applications remain. If you do not delete these applications, then you will quickly run out of memory, and the device will start to work extremely slowly. In this article we will talk about how to remove applications on Android.
Removing applications through Android settings
The easiest way to uninstall an application on Android is to use the standard application manager, which is built into the operating system itself. With it, you can remove any applications except the standard ones. To remove standard applications you need to have ROOT rights and some knowledge.
So, in order to access it you need to open the Android Settings and go to the “Applications” section. After opening the “Applications” section in the Android settings, you will see a list of all installed applications, sorted alphabetically. Find in the list the application that you want to remove and click on it.
After that, you will see a screen with information about the application you have selected. There are several buttons on this screen: Stop, Delete, Erase Data and Clear Cache. In order to remove the application you need to click on the “Delete” button.
After clicking on the “Delete” button, a pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm the deletion. In this window you just need to click on the “Ok” button, after which the application will be deleted from your smartphone or tablet.
Uninstall apps through the Google Play Market
If you can’t find the application you need in the list of installed applications, then you can use the Google Play Market application. Open the Google Play Market and enter in the search the name of the application you need, and then go to its page. The application page will have two large buttons: Delete and Open. Click on the “Delete” button and then confirm the deletion by clicking on the “Ok” button.
Removing an application through third-party applications
Another way to uninstall applications is to uninstall through third-party applications. For the Android operating system, a lot of applications have been developed for removing and managing other applications. For example, you can use the Easy Uninstaller application. This application is completely free and can be downloaded from the Google Play Market.
The main advantage of Easy Uninstaller over the standard application manager is its easier uninstallation process. At the same time, Easy Uninstaller allows you to delete several applications at once, which can be very convenient if you want to carry out a thorough cleaning on your Android device.
Using Easy Uninstaller is very simple. All you need to do is launch this application, check the boxes opposite the applications, and click on the “Delete” button.
Further, the removal process is no different from what was described above. For each application, you need confirmation by clicking on the “Ok” button.
After receiving confirmation, the selected applications will be deleted.
It should be noted that the methods described above do not work for standard applications that were preinstalled by the manufacturer of your Android tablet or smartphone. To remove embedded applications, you need ROOT rights, as well as special software. For example, you can use the System app remover application.