By Walk / / Android Tips

Aside from WhatsApp, there are many apps that I installed on my phone just for having it there. There is no purpose in it, rather than the occasional impulse to download and try the apps. The apps that I have downloaded had outnumbered the apps that I use daily, and it takes on my storage. If you are like me, then you will need to delete the apps on your android, because it might make your phone slower with all the data that your phone needs to process. Deleting an app on your phone is an easy process, and here are 3 easy ways to do it!


It works every time and easy to do!

There is 3 easy way that you can do to delete any apps on your android phone. This works on every android phone that you have and it can easily be done anytime you want to.

First, Hold the app that you want to delete. After that, there should be an (i) button or App info, either way, tap it and on the bottom side of your phone, tap uninstall and click OK to confirm the uninstall. It will then delete your phone without any problem.

Second, you will need to long hold the apps that you want to delete. After that, the apps should be floating for a little bit on your screen and you can move it around. While doing so, drag it to the uninstall button on the top side of your phone. Wait for it to finish the uninstall and you are done!

Third, Go to the google play store (Where you download the apps on android). Tap the top left 3 horizontal lines and click on apps and games. It will then list all of the app that you have on your phone. Find the apps that you want to uninstall, click on it, and tap uninstall!


Hopefully this tips will be able to help you sort your phone apps, and make your phone clear from any unwanted apps or games. If you have any problem, feel free to comment down below and we will do our best to help you in any ways.

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