If you have Android device, you may be tempted to install and try as many as possible apps or games that is available for free on Google Play Store. But the problem is that they may consume your phone’s memory and slow down your phone performance.
To get rid of this problem, you can uninstall the apps that you are not using from your Android phone. This tutorial will show you how to uninstall or delete apps from your Android phone.
Use your device’s settings menu
- From the home screen, go to Settings menu -> Applications -> Manage Applications.
- On the manage application menu, select the application that you want to remove. A screen will appear that show all the information about the app, including how much storage the app consumes, cache and permissions.
- Once you are sure that you have selected the correct application that you want to delete it from your phone, press the ‘Uninstall’ button and then tap OK.
- This will start to remove the application from your device. Once finished, your screen will show that the application has been removed.