Let’s be honest, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphones look great, come with great features, and promise you a lot of instruments and great navigational experiences. It’s tempting to install lots of apps and test its limits, but, at some point, it becomes mandatory that you get in control and start uninstalling some of those apps.
- You can do it to declutter your working space;
- You can try to create extra storage space on the device;
- You can do it just because you have this option and there’s no point in keeping apps that you don’t need, right?
All your reasons left aside, here is how you can immediately delete the old apps from your Samsung Galaxy Note 8:
- Turn on the smartphone;
- Stop on the Home page;
- Look at the bottom of the panel, for the line with app shortcuts;
- Select the Apps icon and access the list with all your apps;
- Browse through that list until you spot one app that you no longer need and that you want to delete;
- Tap on it shortly, just to select it;
- You’ll see how the icons shrink and a bar of options pops up at the top of the screen;
- You can tap and hold the app, dragging it towards the bar of options;
- Release the app that you want to delete on top of the Uninstall button displayed in there;
- Tap on Uninstall, when prompted;
- After this confirmation, wait a second for it to delete;
- Repeat these steps with all the other apps.
By the end of the process – which can take more or less, depending on how many apps you want to ditch – your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should have more room… to install new apps, right?