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Its easy to get carried away installing apps and games, but youre probably not using all of them. The Play Store on Android makes it easy to uninstall a bunch of apps at once to free up space.

People used to rely on rooting or other complex methods to uninstall multiple apps at once. Thankfully, its now possible to do it right from the Play Store on every Android device. Well show you how it works.

First, open the Play Store on your Android device and tap your profile icon in the top right.

Next, select Manage Apps & Device from the pop-up menu.

Youll see a section that shows how much storage youre using, tap on it.

Youll see all the app installed from the Play Store on your device. Check the boxes for all the apps you want to uninstall, then tap the trash can icon in the top right.

Finally, confirm you want to remove the selected apps by selecting Uninstall on the pop-up message.

Thats it! All the apps will be uninstalled. Depending on how many you selected, it may take a while to remove them all. This is a great way to free up space by getting rid of a bunch of unused apps at once.

Uninstall Multiple Apps At Once On Android

  • Launch the Google Play Store on your Android device.
  • Tap the user profile icon in the top right corner to get a drop-down menu.
  • Tap on the Manage apps and devices option.
  • You will see two sections: Overview and Manage. Select the one labeled Manage.
  • A list of all the Android apps installed on your device will appear. It is sorted by recently updated by default but you can also choose from the following options: Name, Most used, Least used, Recently updated, and Size.
  • Each app is listed with a checkbox next to it. Tap checkboxes for apps you want to uninstall and select the trash icon in the top left corner.
  • A confirmation pop-up will appear where you need to choose Uninstall to proceed.
  • This is how you can uninstall multiple Android apps together with ease. No need to root your smartphone or tablet. No need to install any third-party app or tool to get that precious storage space back. If you have any further questions or doubts about the process, feel free to ask them in the comments section below.

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