Some Android users have been complaining about the pre-installed apps when they purchase a new device. Knowing that, some brands already start to reduce some of their pre-installed apps on their devices. But that it’s not enough.
Now it’s time for Google to change this!
When you got your Android device, you had probably noticed that there were some pre-installed apps when you first boot up your device. Although Google’s applications are very useful to some, many complain that there should at least be an option to uninstall them. Many manufacturers have attempted to remove some of their own bloatware apps, and carriers have done the same. Most of the pre-installed apps on your Android device belong to Google. However, new informations say that the company wants to change that and they decided to remove some these apps, like:
- Google Newsstand
- Google Play books
- Google Play games
These applications will no longer come pre-loaded on your Android device, but will always be available to download in the Play Store. There is no information about when Google will start doing this but probably it will be very soon.