Android: Trying out new apps is a lot of fun. Uninstalling apps when you’re running low on space is a horribly tedious affair. Apps Uninstall brings bulk application removal to Android phones.
It’s a huge pain to install an application and then get an alert that you’re low on disk space. Android, natively, doesn’t include any easy way to nuke a bunch of apps at one time. Apps Uninstall fills that void by bringing simple bulk removal to the Android platform.
Fire up the app, star the items you want to remove, and then batch uninstall them. You can press and hold on individual entries to add them to an exclusion list, protecting them from future errant tapping. Not only does the exclude list prevent you from accidentally deleting apps you want to keep, it also provides you with a ripe kill list — exclude your core and favourite applications and rest easy knowing that Apps Uninstall will only allow you to uninstall apps you’re not attached to.
Apps Uninstall is freeware and works wherever Android does. Have a favourite utility for tending your Android phone? Let’s hear about it in the comments.