App Manager

Contains adsIn-app purchases
8.1K reviews
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About this app

Do you hate the multiple steps it takes to just uninstall your apps ?
Do you sometimes install many apps in order to find one that suits your needs, but then you hate the time it takes to uninstall the rest?
Do you need to reset/uninstall apps frequently ?
Do you install apps from outside the Play Store and can't see icons of them automatically appear?
Wanna try getting rid of some of the bloatware your device has (*) ?

If so, this is the app for you !

This app has plenty of features, especially for rooted devices:

• Easiest uninstaller - single click on an app to uninstall it
• Install APK, APKS, APKM, XAPK files via other apps, directly
• Batch operations of apps : uninstallation, share, disable/enable, Re-install, manage, open in Play-Store or Amazon-AppStore
• APK files management
• Removed Apps history viewer
• Customizable Widgets, for uninstalling the recently installed app or clearing its internal/external data
• Normal/ROOT uninstallation of apps . Using ROOT, it's much easier and faster
• Shows all kinds of apps, and not just those that you can launch. For example: widgets, live wallpapers, keyboards, launchers, plugins,...
• Auto-handling of apps that have admin privileges, allowing you to revoke them and uninstall the apps
• Auto add shortcuts to newly installed apps when installing them via the app
• Various operations on selected app:
• Run
• Share app as link or APK file
• Manage
• Open link on play store.
• Stop app (ROOT)
• Clear internal storage (ROOT)
• Create shortcut, including hidden ones
• Search the Internet for app's name/package
• Disable/Enable app (ROOT)
• Re-install
• Sort apps by size, name, package, date installed, date updated, launch time
• OS uninstallation integration
• Useful shortcuts to built in apps
• Filter apps by:
• System/user apps
• Enabled/disabled apps
• Installation path: SD card / internal storage
• Ability to uninstall system apps (Root , might not work on some cases)
• Shows app information: package name, date installed, build number, version name
• Theme chooser, including dark/light, with cards or without

Best of all, it's free ! ! !

Permissions explanations

• READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE/WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - finding APK files to install/remove them
• PACKAGE_USAGE_STATS - to get recently launched apps and apps' sizes


• System apps removal is a risky operation. I do not hold any responsibility in case the functionality of your OS is damaged in any way when using this feature
• Some system apps cannot be removed due to restrictions enforced by the ROM itself, but the app will try handling it the best it can, and sometimes a restart is needed to see the result
• You can remove the ads by donating as much as you wish
• Please feel free to rate the app and show your opinion (preferably via the forum) on which features you'd like to have for the next versions
• Please check the forum website for FAQ if you have some questions

If you like this app, show you support by rating it, sharing it or donating.
Updated on
Apr 28, 2022

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8.1K reviews
A Google user
November 1, 2018
This app shows the actual install time, not the last update time. This can help tremendously when you are trying to track down a problem app. I my case I had a real weird system problem and I could easily see the apps that were installed about the time the problem started. I will do quite a few other things rather than do "A SYSTEM RESET". I don't know if you are old enough to remember when PC's were just beginning to be used, back then there was no way to debug the systems, so if it hung up you just did a "THREE FINGERED SALUTE" and lost a day's work. That was all that we had, similar to today with Android when anyone can write an app and distribute it no matter what the quality of the code. You will know when a problem started, so it is important to know when what was instslled, it is important to know initial install time.
33 people found this review helpful
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November 1, 2018
You can choose to show the update time via the settings (and choose what to show for each sorting type). You can remove the install time too. Alternatively, instead of using the settings, you can just sort by update time. Please contact me if you wish for assistance. BTW, I used a PC for a very long time...
Janna Yates
December 7, 2021
App Manager is the system app management replacement that you not only need but will fall in love with. It handles everything from apk file management to App Uninstaller. The user-interface of App Manager is what I would describe as "retro android." It has simple - straight to the point menu/tab layouts that make for quick navigation of the app and fast operation execution speeds. I would do favors for individuals of the same sex/conflicting sexual identity.
30 people found this review helpful
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December 7, 2021
Thank you for the 5 stars 👍
April 29, 2022
Best I found of its kind. Pleasant UI and relatively reasonable footprint. Fee to eliminate ad banner is nominal. App maintenance function and Useful Shortcuts are handy. Scan options include by install and update times, name, package name, and size which is mainly what I installed it for (to identity uninstall candidates). Size sort takes time though and there's no method to identify which apps are causing scan hang (e.g., Dumpster) nor a scan exclusion setting. Outstanding support.
25 people found this review helpful
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April 20, 2022
Thank you 😀

What's new

Fixed bug of losing root setting upon restart of the app