There are thousands of games available on the Google Play Store. Each day, new games are added to the Play Store and downloaded by gamers around the world. Many times, users just download and play an Android game once and then forget about it. Worse they don’t uninstall it from their Android device.
On phones with low storage, this isn’t a problem as the Play Store won’t allow more downloads unless users remove installed apps to “free up space”. However, for mobile phones with more storage, apps just keep piling up and since there’s no warning, users don’t care much about it and keep downloading apps which they find interesting.
With so many apps being installed on the phone, it becomes cumbersome to uninstall all of them one by one. This is when a user wishes to delete all apps at once. Thankfully, there’s a way to mass delete all apps on an Android phone or Tablet PC. Check out our step-by-step guide:
How to Mass Uninstall Apps on Android
Here's a simple way to batch uninstall multiple apps from your Android device:
On your Android device, tap on the Google Play Store app.
Tap on your profile pic on the top-right corner of the app screen.
Go to My apps & Games.
Tap on "Free Up Space" .
For Emulators, such as the LDPlayer, go to my apps & games > installed > storage.
Check the boxes beside those apps that you want to uninstall from your Android phone/tablet PC.
Next, tap on the "Free Up MB" button on the bottom of the screen.
That's it. You have successfully mass deleted multiple apps on your Android phone/tablet PC.
1. When uninstalling several apps at once on your Android phone, be careful not to delete the ones that are important. Since you will be tapping on checkboxes beside each app, you might accidently check a box of an all -important app.
2. Before tapping on the "Free Up X MB" button, double-check apps that you want to uninstall and uncheck those that you require.
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