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UnApp lets you mass uninstall Android apps at once, without rooting the device

06 October 2018 3

How often does it happens that you look forward to deleting multiple apps from your phone and get turned off considering the sheer amount of time it would take to do so. Well, guess what? A really cool app is here to sort things out in this regard. The Android app named ‘UnApp’ lets you delete multiple apps on your smartphone at once. Interestingly, this feature works without you having to root your device.

The steps to do so are fairly simple. UnApp shows you all the apps that can be deleted, which means that the system app can’t be uninstalled, of course. Upon seeing the list of the apps, you could then select them in a single go and then click ‘uninstall’. The interesting part is the sorting, where you could sort out all these apps in regards to APK size, their names.

If you happen to use a phone that doesn’t have this feature available by default through the OEM implemented functionality, then this app would surely be quite handy for you. The app is fairly new and has only 13 reviews as of yet, with 5-star ratings, though considering how useful it can be and simple to use, you could surely see it rising up the charts very soon.

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  • UnApp | Android | Google Play Store, Free

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UnApp lets you mass uninstall Android apps at once, without rooting the device
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