No one likes bloatware. We wouldn’t complain much about bloatware if service providers only included the apps you need to manage your account or check your visual voicemail, but most phones have anywhere from 5 to 20 additional apps pre-installed into the system partition, making it impossible to uninstall them. Well luckily, Android Lollipop is going to make it easier to control bloatware.
Android has made it possible to hide these apps on the device, but a new Android 5.0 Lollipop feature may change the way service providers install apps on their phones.
Google’s Gabe Cohen, described how Lollipop will deal with it. The apps will not be installed on the system partition, but will be installed via a SIM card. So you could uninstall any bloatware loaded on your smartphone. But probably this will only be available on Nexus and Google Play Edition devices.
What do you think about this?