Once again, we have arrived on the most magical of holidays - the annual unveiling of HalfLife 3, and day on which co-workers believe it is appropriate to duct tape air horns behind doors. I speak, of course, about April Fools Day. As has become their custom, Google launched lighthearted "pranks" for each of their various services (with other tech sites following suit), and we have done our best to round up the humorous products and tweaks surfacing thus far. Warning: spoilers...
Silent App Uninstaller Alleviates Your Android Bloat In Style
If you’re like the vast majority of Android users here on XDA, you probably have quite a few applications installed on your mobile device. Unfortunately, once you start running out of space, uninstalling tens to hundreds of apps at a time can become quite tedious.
Luckily, XDA forum member xcxin has just the application for you with Silent App Uninstaller. As its name implies, the application silently uninstalls apps so that you don’t have to keep clicking the confirm button. Instead, you simply select the apps to remove and the program does the rest.
In the words of the developer:
This is an ultimate tool on App management designed for ROOT users. The main function that this app delivers is to uninstall your apps and backup them.
We know that there’re tons of other apps on the market could do those jobs fine, so we don’t want to make another similar app, we want to make it unique and really makes your mobile life easier.
As the name of this app says, we can uninstall apps silently. Here term “silently” means to uninstall apps without clicking “confirm” again and again! All you need to do is just choose which apps you don’t need on your phone and simply click “Uninstall”, then leaves the job to us.
Continue on to the application thread to prune your apps the easy way.
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