We've seen the reports – millennials lacking loyalty to apps. When you look at the average person's adverbs it is easy to see why. There are about 3 million apps available on the Google Play Store, and not all apps will be perfect for you. The memory device is limited, so it's time to clear the apps you never use. But how do you clean your device from unplayed games and apps? Do not be afraid! We heard your horrible situation and we compile this simple guide on how to uninstall apps in Android.
Before we begin, if you do not intend to reinstall the app that you delete, take the time to turn Clear Data options for all apps you uninstall. You can usually find this button in the Storage section near Uninstall the button in each of our guides. This ensures that as little data from the app as possible will be left on the device after the uninstall. If you only temporarily remove an app ̵
Finally, some apps cannot be deleted. It is usually the case with apps that are crucial to the device's daily driving, or – in more unpleasant cases – apps that have been added by your operator or telephone manufacturer. Thankfully, even if you can't remove these apps without rooting your phone (here's our guide on rooting your Android phone if you're interested in it) you can usually disable them and we added small notes to where and one of our guides to highlight how you can do this. But be warned – make sure you know what you are disabling. While it is difficult to measure a phone by disabling apps, it never hurts to be sure you turn off something you really don't need. If you need a more detailed guide to clearing your phone from these apps, check out our guide to remove bloatware.
How to uninstall apps in stock Android
Stock Android is the basic level of Android, created by Google. Although this level of Android is primarily on Google's Pixel and Nexus devices, you will find that many phone manufacturers put a light change on top of their bearings on their devices (commonly called skins). Since the Android store is the underlying skeleton for most Android phones out there, you usually only need to look beyond this record if the phone has a more modified Android skin, such as Samsung's experience (most recently encoded a user interface).  Uninstall apps from stock Android is easy:
- Select the Settings app from your appbox or home screen.
- Touch Apps and Messages and then click See All Apps .
- Select Uninstall .
If you encounter an app that cannot be deleted, just follow the same instructions as above, just replace Disable for Uninstall in the last step. It should ensure that the existing app – but not completely removed – cannot be activated or affected by your daily activities.
How to uninstall apps in Samsung Experience and a user interface
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Samsung's modified Android skin has evolved a lot over the years. Formerly known as TouchWiz, it was damaged as one of the worst Android skins in the world – to the point where Google almost stepped in to make it better. A user interface is Samsung's latest operating system, and it is, together with the older Samsung experience, much softer and nicer.
It is really easier to uninstall apps on One UI or Samsung Experience than in stock Android. While you can still navigate to the Settings app, the app list, etc. Samsung has given people an even faster shortcut to uninstall or disable unwanted apps.
- Find the app you want to uninstall.
- press (press and hold) in the app and wait until a pop-up menu appears.
- Press Uninstall .
- If you want to uninstall multiple apps on a S8 or later, then you can press Select multiple items from the same pop-up menu, select each app you want to remove, and then press Uninstall at the top left. This option is not available on older Samsung phones such as the S7 Edge image.
If you want to disable apps that cannot be uninstalled, just follow the same steps again, just tap Disable instead of ] Uninstall .
How to uninstall apps in Huawei EMUI
Huawei's EMUI is another version of Android that makes major changes to the stock Android formula. EMUI is more like iOS than Android in many respects, but uninstalling an app is as easy as any other Android device.
- Find the app you want to uninstall, either on your website or in your appbox.  Long press (press and hold) on the app until the phone vibrates and a pop-up menu appears.
- Press Uninstall .
Huawei warns some apps will not be uninstallable to ensure your system continues to work smoothly, but some apps will also be held there due to contract with Huawei. You should be able to disable these apps, but just press Disable instead of Uninstall when the menu pops up.