How To Delete Multiple Apps From iPhone Running iOS 8
With more than one million apps, Apple’s App Store arguably dwarfs all the competitors both in terms of quality and quantity. This wide choice urges users install large number of apps which they actually do, but they never use most of those apps.
So this installation usually follows one-by-one deletion of the extra apps which often used to be source of frustration and irritation. You might want to read the previous sentence again but this is true: deletion of multiple apps all at once is the offer by a recently launched tweak: MultiDelete.
If you have an iOS 8 running iPhone or iPad and you want to get rid of all those unnecessary apps once and for all, then keep on reading as I will guide you through the whole process.
Delete Multiple Apps At Once In iOS 8
Step 1: Download MultiDelete from the Cydia store for free.
Step 2: Install MultiDelete but that will require you to jailbreak your devices. You can know more about jailbreaking here. After the installation is complete, a new preference panel will appear in the stock Settings app: Here you will find a switch which can be used to enable or disable the tweak.
Step 3: To start deleting multiple apps simultaneously, tap and hold any app which you want to delete until all the apps start wiggling.
Step 4: You will see ‘x’ icon on the upper left hand corner of the tapped app, ignore it and instead tap in the middle of the app icon which will let you mark the app for deletion. Following the same procedure, you can mark all apps that you wish to delete.
Step 5: Now when you have marked all the apps you want to remove, just tap on the default ‘x’ button on any of the selected apps; this will ask your permission for deleting marked apps.
Step 6: Confirm the deletion and have your iPhone free from irrelevant apps.
Once you are done with deletion, don’t forget to be thankful to MultiDelete and must share your views if this guide was of some help to you.