Manage Your Bloat With Bloater For Android
There are always excess applications that come installed on your phone or custom ROM and it’s sometimes a pain to manage and streamline your Android device.
From XDA Recognised Developer Romanbb (and thanks to Blue6IX) comes Bloater, an app to help you install and uninstall what some call bloat but you might consider essential.
The app is extremely easy to use, just press install or uninstall on any app in the list, and that’s it! The dev did his best to not include any potentially harmful apps, but warned that you be careful anyway.
For more information or to download the apk, head over to the application thread.
[Edit: This only supports the MyTouch Slide]
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