How to Batch Delete Uninstalled Apps History from Google Play Library

Last Updated on 18/10/2022

How to Batch Delete Uninstalled Apps History from Google Play Library

Google Play, the official store for apps on Android lets users browse and download a variety of apps on compatible devices. If you’re the Android users, you may have observed the fact that Google Play Store shows all the applications downloaded on your devices that share a Google account. The list of apps that are not installed can be found on Google Play > My Apps & Games > Library. As time passes, the list will grow and Google does not offer a way to choose all and remove apps in one go.

Although the deletion of the history of uninstalled apps will not improve performance, however it can help users who do not want having a messy library with unneeded apps. Users can delete apps from their library, they can do so only one application at a time. Manual removal can be difficult if you have an extensive list of apps, and you wish to erase all history.

To address this issue A developer known as “mDarken” has created an application ” GPlay Batch Tool“. The application on Github makes use of an accessibility tool to go through the list of entries and then remove every entry from Google Play library. The app performs an automated job like macros in Microsoft Excel.

Unfortunately, it eliminates all apps from the list, and does not allow users to select multiple apps. Additionally, the procedure isn’t immediate since the application removes every entry one at a time. This means that it can take longer if you’ve got an extensive list.

To make it work To get it working, install the APK and then install the application. After that, you must enable accessibility to use GPlay Batch Tool. GPlay Batch Tool. Click on the play icon, and the removal of batch files will start. It will run for a while, and you can stop it at any time by pressing the stop icon or exit by pressing the button to exit.

The process technically removes the app from your library, but it doesn’t erase them from your list of apps installed. In the end, you are able to rate any application that you’ve previously installed even if the application doesn’t appear in your library following removal.

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Bert Hoxton

Bert Hoxton