How to uninstall apps on Android (2.1, 2.2 and 2.3)

Posted by Stefan on December 25th, 2010 in Cell Phones | No Comments

Nowadays, every Android phone user is credited with many useful applications from the Android Market. Most of these applications will come at free of cost. These free of cost apps are quite temptress and people often install them though they don’t use them often. Over a period of time you start accumulating a huge number of Applications on Android that you do not plan to use. These junk Applications creates unnecessary problem by cluttering the space and you need to find and search right application.

This kind of situation will create necessity to uninstall some of these applications that were idle and not useful. Uninstalling these unused applications can create space for the some more useful applications and makes your life easier. The method should apply to Android 2.1, Android 2.2 Froyo and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

In fact, uninstalling apps on Android is not a tough task to accomplish. It is simple and easy, but proper approach is essential keeping in mind the safety of the handset. There are many ways one can uninstall these apps. One is through navigating to settings>Applications>Manage Applications. This is simple and easy procedure. If you find it difficult, then we suggest you to have a look into a popular application for this purpose, which is known as AppBrain. This AppBrain app is very useful to uninstall some of the unneeded apps. If your necessity is bulk uninstallation of apps, then we suggest you to go with Apps Uninstall which comes with the AppBrain.

Let us see bulk uninstallation of apps on Android through AppBrain:

Apps Uninstall is the major source for this purpose and it will show the basic details of the various applications installed within the handset with a search bar. This search bar will show you the entire information such as date of installation, its size and some more. To exclude a particular application, it needs a tap, hold and hit exclude. This initiation will add the particular app to the exclude list and this can be verified through pressing menu button.

In this procedure, applications can be sorted basing on the size and name in ascending or descending order. On the top, you can see the option batch uninstall, this can be initiated through tapping the star right next to the application name.

This is a decent and useful application to uninstall bunch of application on the Android smartphone. The AppBrain can be downloaded with the following link.

If your interest is uninstall application on Android without any help of an application, then follow the below steps:

1. Go to the Google Android menu and click over SETTINGS.
2. Click over the Application and then click over the MANAGE.
3. Now, you will be able to see all the applications that were installed in the Android smartphone.
4. Here, you have to click over the UNINSTALL button to remove the particular application.

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