A new incremental update has started rolling out to the Google Play Store, which allows users to remove apps that are listed in their "All Apps" list. This feature may not be big for many users, but we think it's one that our readership should get quite a lot of value from.
If you're anything like us, you may love to rove around the Play Store just installing apps to try them out, and uninstalling them right away. This can be a lot of fun, especially when you find some hidden gems buried in the Store, but it also means that your "All Apps" list can get out of hand pretty quickly. The "All" list in your My Apps section of the Play Store acts as a history of all of the apps that you've installed, so testing out apps will make that list grow.
Now, users will be able to remove apps individually or together in a batch from that list by tapping a small strikeout symbol, so you can more effectively manage your app history.
As usual, if you're patient, the update should roll out to you soon enough. But, if you have trouble waiting, you can grab the APK for the Play Store update here