What to know about removing apps from your iPhone, iPad and iOS devices
If you are the owner of an iPhone, iPad or run iOS on these devices, then it’s likely you have a list of apps you want to remove. These are those applications that either came with the phone or you personally installed them. Either way, we all get a bit bored with some apps we’ve downloaded since buying the phone and never use them. They sit there taking up needed space for other applications we could actually use. For most Apple products, it’s a simple touch of the application button and holding it until another small window appears. This gives us the option of hitting an x to make the app disappear for good and our iOS device now has extra space.
There are too many times I have downloaded and installed apps on my Kindle Fire that I simply do not use. The volume and availability of apps in the world make it easy to flood your Kindle Fire with too much data. This can clog up the memory and data on your Kindle Fire, causing other apps to go slow or crash. It can cause books to load slowly. I ran into a problem where my Kindle Fire would not bookmark. The remedy? I had to delete some apps and free up space.
If you are like the millions of individuals around the world who are practically glued to their phone 24/7, then you probably download a lot of apps regularly. However, over time those apps can accumulate, and while just one usually doesn’t take up too much space; dozens can fill up your storage capacity to where you won’t be able to fit anything else or even open an app on your device.
In addition, I’m sure you already know that most apps come bundled with a lot of advertisements where many seem to pop up quite frequently. This can get very daunting when you are trying to make a phone call or do something else on your phone, but suddenly an ad pops up and you have to wait and close it first before you can do anything.
Fortunately, there are some fast and simple ways to remove apps that you no longer use from your phone and regain all the wasted space.
In this article, you will learn how to go through your apps and remove the ones that you no longer use from your Android device.