If you've got a third-party file manager, you can go through menu screens to uninstall an app. But you could also open up the Android Market to achieve the same banishing results. Quick Uninstaller is a much more direct route. The free, ad-supported app replicates your program window to show you your app icons. You can also view in List form instead. Menu options let you sort by name, date, and size to help you more quickly zero in on your prey. Then, simply tap one of the app icons to select it, and tap again to uninstall. The backup and restore tools are nice touches, and one that tempers the uninstaller's more destructive tendencies with a note of salvation. In terms of convenience, Quick Uninstaller is a winner, but keep in mind that the more apps you have, the longer it will take the uninstaller to load.
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