Find Apps You Don’t Use And Free Up Your Space (Android)

Is your Android device too clattered up? Do you keep wondering where all the storage that your device offers you went away? How many apps did you download and install on your Android device but never once used? How many apps are there in your android device that you have found highly satisfactory to use? Or how many apps are there on your device that you have thought about removing but simply didn’t because of the long time it took to remove them from the Play store or from the application manager?

Well, I have an app for you here that will serve all your needs. Called the Useless App Remover or UAR, this app makes a list of all the apps on your device and gives you the option to delete or uninstall the useless ones from your Android device. This app is available for free.

Download the app and when it opens after installing, you will get a list of all the apps that are on your device. If you want to view only the never used apps, tap on the small gray arrow near the top right-hand corner. From here you will get a list from where you can choose the “Never used apps” option.

However, note that the updating of an app seems to affect the status of each of the updated apps differently, some will show as never used which means that you have never used the app after it was updated, and for others it will be shown as being used only because the update triggered it.

Another thing to note here is that the status of an app on the UAR may not be right, when you open the UAR immediately after installing it. I suggest you install the app and leave it on your device for a week or two, and then use it. The results I got when I used the app 24 hours after installation were substantially different from when I used the app just after installation.

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