App Manager For Droid makes the removal of multiple apps from your device easier by enabling you to select several for uninstall at once, but lacks other features you'd expect from an app manager. Still, if you have a lot of apps on your smartphone and tablet and need a faster way to dispose of some of them, this app can help.
You won't find App Manager For Droid in the Play Store, so you need to download it from Download.com as an APK file and open it manually with a file manager. After launch, the app greets you with a plain, unappealing interface that lets you uninstall apps stored in the memory of the device or on the SD Card, as well as move apps from the memory to the card. The nice thing about it is that it lets you select multiple apps for uninstall and then removes them one after the other, so you don't have to remove each, manually. There are no Settings or other features, not even the ability to clear the cache or the debris -- unnecessary files -- that some apps leave behind them. The fullscreen ads that pop up after every three or four taps are a big bother.
In the end, App Manager For Droid, though useful, suffers because of its ads and lack of features. Unless you have hundreds of apps on your device and want to do a major cleanup by removing multiple programs at once, you won't really need this app on your device.