Appears to successfully delete apps (e.g., "CNN for Samsung", "YouTube") with no error messages ("Uninstalling *app*", "NoBloat Free has been granted superuser permissions for an interactive shell", "*app* deleted") and removes them from its System Apps list. But not from the Settings Apps list. If I access a "deleted" app by its still-visible icon, it immediately responds as if nothing happened -- with no time delay for a download and reinstall, for example. If I return to the NoBloat System Apps list, the apps are listed once again. As far as I can tell, all NoBloat Free does is temporarily remove app names from its own list. Not particularly helpful.
80 people found this review helpful
The app works perfectly fine as mentioned and has the most important feature for backup and restore but my only concern is knowing the directory in which all the backed up .apk files are stored so that I can transfer it to my pc inorder to save valuable phone memory. Thanks to all the developers. I wish to hear from you guys. Cheers !
13 people found this review helpful
This app does nothing except waste your time and bandwidth. The apps it shows as installed are still there using system memory. Even worse, it enabled two of them instead of deleting them. This program is complete garbage!
21 people found this review helpful