Google has just introduced “My Android Apps” to their Google Play Store, where this particular segment lets you check out an entire list of smartphones, tablets, and other devices that are connected to your account. Basically, whenever you tap on any one of those icons, you will be able to pull up a list of apps that are installed on that particular device, now how about that? Isn’t it easier to perform digital housekeeping now?
Even cooler is the fact that you can click on a small trash can in order to uninstall an app, making life a whole lot easier, as though we are in a Windows environment. Not only that, there is also an update that is available for you, accessible through a single button tap. You are now able to perform updates or remove apps from your phone straight from your desktop web browser itself. Of course, this feature is not applicable to all apps, as some apps need to be manually updated.
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