Uninstalling apps one by one is a time-consuming task especially if you need to delete multiple apps.
Fortunately, you can uninstall multiple apps at once easily in Android.
Uninstall Multiple Apps at Once
Android devices (except some devices such as Samsung) does not have an inbuilt option to do this task. If your device is one among them, then you need to install a third-party app to do this task.
Before proceeding with the uninstall, take the backup if you need. Without further ado, let’s see how to uninstall multiple apps at once on rooted and non-rooted Android devices.
For Rooted Android Devices
If you have a rooted Android device, then follow the below steps:
Install and open “Titanium Backup” app.
Provide root permission for the app.
Now, tap the “Batch” icon at the top right corner of the screen.
Scroll down, find and tap “Run” button beside “Un-install all user apps” (this option is located under the “Un-install” section).
By default, all the apps are selected. Tap “Deselect all” button and then select the apps that you want to uninstall.
Now, tap the “Run” (Tick icon) at the top.
That is all. The app will do the rest.
For Non-Rooted Android Devices
The following app will show you uninstallation confirmation popup for every app you choose to uninstall, and that is the only disadvantage here.
Also, keep in mind that this disadvantage is common for all the apps that support bulk uninstall.
Install and open “ES File Explorer” app.
By default, you will be landed in “Home” screen. Tap “App” on the “Home” screen.
Now, the “ES File Explorer” app will show all the user apps of your Android device.
Select the apps that you want to uninstall.
Tap “Uninstall” option at the bottom.
Tap “OK” on every uninstallation confirmation popup.