Samsung Will Allow Users To Remove Default Apps From Galaxy S6 And Galaxy S6 Edge
Samsung is planning on reducing the number of bloatwares in Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, and will even allow users to remove some the default applications from both Google and Samsung.
There were rumors about Samsung trying to reduce the number of included default apps in their newest flagship smartphones Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Those rumors turned out to be true and Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will have less bloatwares than previous Samsung smartphones.
But that is not all, a XDA forum member Jeshter2000 has noticed that a pre-release Galaxy S6 edge lets him disable or uninstall many of the preloaded programs, including some of those from Google and Samsung. I am pretty sure users will welcome this change and we will be finally having a Samsung smartphone that gives more control over apps installed by default.
This is quite the change from previous handsets, considering Samsung practically made a name for itself over the years by installing non-removable apps from its devices. If this is the case for devices that are actually available to purchase by the consumer later this year, Samsungs change of direction will be a welcomed one.
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Source: XDA Developers