There are a few programs available for Android that can properly remove installed applications or create data backups. However, for most of these programs application control is a secondary function (you will find that almost all file managers can do it). Therefore this functionality is either not that easy to use or doesn’t have all of the necessary options. AppControl is one of the first few programs (and I’m sure that more will come in the future) that are specifically designed to control installed applications. It can monitor installed software, delete or archive it, and perform many other functions.
Program’s main window is a matrix of all installed applications (shown as icons). They are sorted alphabetically, which makes search much easier. If required, you can easily expand or contract the list by a click of a button.
For convenience, AppControl has a widgets tab, which only lists programs that have widgets.
In addition, AppControl has a built-in active application and service manager. It is a very convenient thing, that allows you to close the desired application or all programs at once with just one click, switch to the selected program or uninstall it.
In the settings menu you can change the size of the displayed icons, whether to show or hide program’s icon in the system bar, set default actions for clicks and set some other controls.
Conclusion – AppControl is a convenient and useful program for those who like to experiment with new software, installing and removing various programs.
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Cost on Android Market: $2,95 USD