Having too many apps installed in your Android; not only consume your internal storage but also slow down your device. So if you want to make your Android run faster, you will have to uninstall the apps that you don’t use anymore.
Watch this video tutorial on how to quickly uninstall Android apps, or scroll down to read this article.
The traditional way to uninstall android apps is a tedious process. To uninstall apps using the default method; press and hold the app icon and drag it to uninstall option that appears on the top of the screen. Alternatively, you can go to your device setting > apps > tap on the app you want to uninstall > select the uninstall options to remove the app from your Android.
However, this default method is not suitable if you want to uninstall many apps in a single session. And you will be glad to know that there are simple solutions to quicken this uninstalling process.
How to Quickly Uninstall Android Apps
Method I: Fast uninstaller
Install easy Uninstaller App Uninstall is a dedicated app available on play store that can quickly uninstall Android apps. It has a clean interface which displays all the apps user has install on the Android device, with a small check mark box in front of it.
To make things simpler; you can even seek down the apps based on their size, date, name, etc. Or you can Simply select the apps you want to uninstall by clicking on the check box and hit the uninstall button at the bottom.
The fast uninstaller will start to uninstall the selected apps. However you will have to confirm un-installation for every single app by tapping on the OK again and again. But still, it is better than having to drag and drop the apps and then uninstall it.
Method II: ES File Explorer
This is my favorite method as it doesn’t need you to download more app for the play store. Because here we will use ES File Explorer which is popular file manager and often comes as a default file explorer in many new Android smartphones.
To uninstall apps using ES File Explore navigate to ES File Explore > go to tools option >select the apps by long pressing them > tap on the uninstall option at the bottom of the screen.
Again you will have to manually click on OK for every single app. But if you don’t want to do that then hop on to the next method.
Method III – Titanium Backup (requires root)
If you don’t like to click on OK for confirmation while uninstalling the app that you can easily do that by downloading the FREE version of Titanium backup.
But for this, you will need the root access to your device. The procedure is similar to what we saw in above two methods i.e.,. select the apps you want to uninstall and click on batch uninstall option.
Disclaimer: Although I have not tried this app the guy over makes use of has confirmed it’s working on this article.
Which method do you like most or Do you know an alternative way? Share your thoughts on this via comments below.