Android Applications Manager
Android Applications Manager is a very simple software application that allows users to easily uninstall apps from their Android-devices, as well as to add new ones or apply backups with older settings. It is free and open-source, so web developers and programmers have the possibility to integrate it into their tools.
No installation needed, aside from Java
It does not have to be installed by end users as long as they have Java. So, you can save the program files to any part of the disk and just click the JAR file to launch Android Applications Manager. Another option is to save it to a pen drive or other removable storage unit to keep it with you when you're on the move and seamlessly run it on any machine with Java installed in order to manage Android apps.
Simple interface with options
The GUI does not contain any visually attractive elements but it is easy to navigate. The tool automatically identifies Android devices connected to the computer and lets you pick any one of them from a list, examine installed apps, remove them, as well as install new ones. In addition, it shows the name, total capacity and free space of the device, lets you create a list with apps to install and load a backup file.
Evaluation and conclusion
We have not come across any stability issues in our testing because Android Applications Manager did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It has minimal impact on computer performance, thanks to the fact that it needs a low amount of CPU and RAM to work properly.
To sum it up, this utility provides users with a simple and effective method to installing and uninstalling programs on their Android-powered devices, and it can be easily used by anyone.
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