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You can delete third-party apps on your Samsung Galaxy that you no longer use to free up memory space and other resources.
You can delete most Samsung Galaxy apps in the Settings app, or by tapping and holding its icon on the apps screen.
Some built-in apps which can’t be deleted can be disabled from the Settings app or app screen instead.
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It’s so easy to install games and other apps in the Google Play store, that you might have an unmanageably large number of apps installed on your Samsung Galaxy. The good news is that almost any app can be deleted, and it’s a simple process to do that.

The only apps you can’t delete are some pre-installed apps which are a part of the Android operating system. Many of these apps can instead be disabled, however, which removes them from the list of apps and prevents them from using system resources, which is the next best thing.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $899.99 at Best Buy)
How to delete apps on a Samsung Galaxy

1. Start the Settings app and tap “Apps.”

2. In the list of apps, find the app you want to delete.

3. Tap “Uninstall.”

There’s another way to delete an app without opening the Settings app. You can just tap and hold an app icon anywhere on the Home screen or app pages, and wait until a pop-up menu appears. Then tap “Uninstall.”

If the app had been pinned to your Galaxy’s Home screen and you don’t want to delete it entirely, you can also tap “Remove from Home.” This returns the app to the app screen and removes it from its prominent position on the Home screen.

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