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How to remove apps from Google Play collection?

Google Play has a problem And in case you didn’t know, all the applications you download are stored in your collection, even if you have deleted them from your terminal. Do you want to delete the applications that you have in the collection and leave only the ones that interest you? We have a small tutorial that will help you with this problem.

Yes, this does not interfere with the operation of Google Play, but sometimes the collection gets saturated and it is good to clean up our application. In addition, it frees up the memory of the application and speeds up operation. It is very similar to clearing the cache data.

If you wish delete all unwanted apps from your Google Play collection, you have to pay close attention to the following steps. In addition, we tell you from now on, that it is very simple to do and you can do it as many times as you want.

Follow these steps to remove the applications that you do not want to have in your Google Play collection

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It is very likely that we will enter our Google Play in the collection section and let’s see the large list of applications that we have on our device, some of them we have eliminated and we find it strange to see them there. However, it has nothing to do with the fact that we have deleted them, since in this list all the ones that we have downloaded with our account are stored.

It should be noted that the tutorial is very simple, the only problem is that if we want to delete many applications, we have to repeat the process over and over. That is, it will become tedious if you have a huge list of applications, therefore, we tell you to be patient.

  • Open the app Google Play Store.
  • Open the Google Play menu and click on “My applications and games”.
  • Now you will have to go to the collection tab, there you will see a list of applications that are not installed on your device.
  • To eliminate them you will have to click on the X (it’s on the right side) and then to accept to delete that application from the list.

That’s all you have to do, remember that you have to eliminate one by one. Also, you have to keep in mind that this process does not remove apps from Google Play, it just removes them from your list. That is, if in the future you want to install one that you had in your collection list, you can search for it and you will see that it will appear. What did you think of this little tutorial?