Google Play shows you the space available on your mobile and allows you to uninstall multiple apps at once without root

early last year, we applauded Google Play I was testing a functionality to let us know when we were running out of memory, allowing us…




Google Play shows you the space available on your mobile and allows you to uninstall multiple apps at once without root

early last year, we applauded Google Play I was testing a functionality to let us know when we were running out of memory, allowing us to release it in a couple of taps. Now, Google Play seems to have returned to be updated, showing a new access in the section “My games and apps” > “Installed” which shows the storage available on the smartphone and that includes an interesting feature: the uninstall batch.

we do not Know in what version of Google Play was implemented this option, but we have found that it is available on multiple devices, and effectively, what is in all those that we have reviewed. So, let’s see what we offer.

Uninstall apps in batch, yes, thanks

Apps-Batch This new function, in addition to displaying the storage, allows you to uninstall apps in batch.

As can be seen in the catches, at the top appears a cell that displays the available storage, and how much we are busy at this precise moment. If you click on it, go to a list of all the applications that we have installed and, what is more interesting, the option to uninstall in batch.

To do this, simply select all the apps you want. Done this, Google Play will show us how much memory we’re going to release and, to continue, it will uninstall all of them at once, disappearing so the icon of the main screen and the app drawer.

You can uninstall all the applications except that the go pre-installed on the system

however, apps of the system remain untouched, so that, for example, in Android One you can uninstall Google Drive but not Google Photos, or Google Calendar. The same thing happens with the apps for the owners of Samsung or LG. That can’t be uninstalled from settings you also cannot uninstall from Google Play.

Up until now, the only way to uninstall apps by batch was using third-party applications, basically, they started the uninstall process and the user, manually, had to press “Uninstall” on all of them one by one. That, or be the root user and use advanced tools, that may involve a risk to the device.

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Google Play shows you the space available on your mobile and allows you to uninstall multiple apps at once without root
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January 11, 2019

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