Removing apps you do not want from your Google Play collection

Removing apps you do not want from your Google Play collection

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If you want to have just the set of apps you need to save on Google Play, easy. We teach you to get rid of what you do not need.

Something you may not know is that whenever you download an app on Google Play, is saved to a collection. If we go to the "My Applications and Games" tab, we will see an entire section dedicated to this. If you want to clean and remove some from the list, we'll show you how to do it. Although it is quite heavy, stay tuned.

Delete unwanted apps from your Google Play collection

Being a regular user of custom ROMs, I always have to walk around resetting my phone in the usual way. Of course, I do not use the famous synchronized copy of Google, so I have to download them one by one. And a while ago I saw the large number of applications I had in my collection. And I had to cross them to lower those I wanted.

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<p> The following steps are very simple and have no mystery. The problem is that if you want to do it with many applications, we warn you that it is a very tedious and repetitive process <strong>. </strong> If you have patience if it is your case. Although we already ensure that cleaning always comes in handy for different occasions, when you need to download a lot at a time: </p>
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<li> Open the Google Play Store in your apps drawer <strong> </strong> </li>
<li> Sliding on the left side to the right, you will see a menu. Click <strong> "My Applications and Games" </strong> </li>
<li> Go to the tab where it says "Collection", and you'll see a list of apps that are not installed on your Android </li>
<li> Press <strong> on the X next to the application </strong> and give "OK" to the message that will appear. </li>
<li> Ready! </li>
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<p> <em> Note: This process does not delete the app from the Google Play Store, but from your list of apps. Note that if you browse and reinstall it, it will appear again on it. </em> </p>
<p> I think the Google Play Store should implement a specialized system so installing an app for a day or two <strong> would not imply that it was in your collection. </strong> Many of those who move between ROMs will understand how complicated this is, so it would be nice to have a system that would differentiate your own applications from those you've tried. </p>
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