How to uninstall and restore multiple Android apps at once with App Master

How to uninstall and restore multiple Android apps at once with App Master
With so many apps to choose from in the Play Store, users should be forgiven for easily letting numerous apps pile up in their app drawers and device memory over time. The moment you realize your phone or tablet has become overly cluttered with stuff and summon the effort to do something about it is followed by a moment of pure, unsweetened agony! If you rely on Android's stock controls, you will have to uninstall each and every app manually, searching for it inside a list of tens or hundreds of items and tapping "Uninstall" like a robot stuck in a loop.

Thankfully, this isn't the only way to go. EasyApps Studio's Uninstall Master Uninstaller, also known as App Master, is a powerful tool that not only makes removing a bunch of apps a breeze, but lets you quickly restore any app you might remove by mistake. It's also free, and its ads aren't an annoyance. Here's how to make use of this blessing of an app:

1. Get App Master from the Google Play Store

2. Opening the app presents you with three panels. The first contains User Apps, the second is dedicated to System Apps, and the third houses the so-called Recycle Bin, which is where your uninstalled apps are backed up. If you have rooted your device, App Master's second panel makes shovelling out manufacturer bloatware an ease.

3. To select the apps you want to remove, simply tap them. This action marks an app for uninstalling. It can be a single app, or as many as you need removed.

4. Ready? Tap Uninstall, and you will be greeted by a prompt. If you want to keep the uninstalled apps backed up and available for restoring, make sure to keep the checkmark on Move to recycle Bin. Then, tap OK. That's all it takes!

5. To restore previously uninstalled apps, head to the Recycle Bin panel. Restoring works in the exact same way - mark the apps and tap Restore. However, the process is a little less automatic - you will have to approve each app's installation by hitting the Install button.

That's all there's to it. Happy cleaning!



1. LikeMyself

Posts: 631; Member since: Sep 23, 2013

Can the app/game data be restored for non-rooted phones? If not, it's among other hundreds options available!

11. kabhijeet.16

Posts: 892; Member since: Dec 05, 2012

Use Helium

2. Mxyzptlk unregistered

And android didn't natively have this because?

3. Rocksteady unregistered

To leave for you some trolling space.

4. Castro90

Posts: 41; Member since: Feb 10, 2012


6. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

Your funny and true Lmfao +1

7. Mxyzptlk unregistered

So you can't properly respond to my comment?

9. Rocksteady unregistered

Of course I can, but you are a die hard ios fan, so my argument will be pointless to you, but I do respect you for sticking to what you believe in

10. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

Well said Last time I asked him a question, instead of answering he reverts the subject and says: "I talk nonsense " I give Mxzy credit and thumb him on view of his posts which are nonbiased and truthful, but debating with him you can't,cause he is a iFan.

12. Mxyzptlk unregistered

I am always non biased and truthful.

13. Mxyzptlk unregistered

Saying you can when you didn't just proves that you can't. Checkmate

5. billgates

Posts: 555; Member since: May 29, 2014

These icons throw me off because they look like they belong on Windows Phone and not Android

8. wilsong17 unregistered

or if you have a galaxy note 3 just go to app drawer and click setting and click uninstall or disable app

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