How to uninstall multiple Android apps at once?

Definitely, your Android smartphone has various unused apps and they are just capturing your device storage. It’s time to uninstall all those apps from your phone. Naturally, if you have an Android phone you know how to uninstall an app but here we’ll show you how you can uninstall multiple apps at once.


Whether you know it or now but you can do this with the Google Play Store. Google offers it, but not through your phone’s system settings. This option should be available from the Apps section of System Settings, but it is. If you want to know how to do this, read every step.

How to uninstall multiple Android apps at once? 

Of course, the first thing you need to do is open the Google Play Store app.

Then tap on your profile picture in the top right corner.

A new menu will open with a bunch of options. We’re really interested in the first one, the “Manage apps and devices” option.

Once you tap on it, you will see how much free space is left on your phone. Tap on that section.

Once you do that, you will get a list of all the apps that are installed on your phone. You’ll also notice that each of those apps has a checkbox on the right. You can tick as many checkboxes as you want, and tap the trash can icon that appears on the right.

Once you’ve done that, a pop-up window will appear, telling you how many apps you’ve selected, and you’ll be asked if you want to uninstall them.

Tap the Uninstall button, and your phone will do the rest.

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