Honest answers only!
Are you using every app installed on your Android device? If not, why keep those unused apps installed?
You may not have thought about it before, but it’s not out of the question that Android app development could stall.
In this case, an app could end up with exploitable vulnerabilities. If you keep this unused app on your phone, it just stays there, waiting to be exploited.
Or maybe you just want more space on your phone and less clutter.
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In any case, you should really remove these unused apps from your device. However, the prospect of manually removing them all can be a little daunting for some. Luckily, the developers saw fit to add a simple tool for removing unused applications. This feature has made its way into the newer versions and I’m going to show you how to use it on Android 13.
How to quickly find and delete unused applications on Android 13
Ready to make some space and ditch those old apps?
All you need is an Android device with an updated operating system and some old apps that you can delete. Let’s see how it works.
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Of course, this can be a bit tricky. For example, I have certain apps on my phone that I rarely use but need to keep installed because I use them occasionally. However, these apps are updated frequently, so I know they won’t fall into vulnerable states. Also, I don’t run the risk of running out of storage space on my phone. If both were the case, even the apps I think I might eventually use would have to go.
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And that’s how easy it is to delete unused apps on Android 13. You should check this feature regularly to keep track of unused apps and remove them. As always, it’s better to be safe than sorry than have your data stolen or your Android device running out of storage space.