One of the main aspects in which Android beats iPhone OS without hope of appeal is the management of online applications. Whoever, by connecting your computer to the Google Play Store (the digital display that has replaced a few months ago the Android Market), can download and buy apps of all kinds with a simple click.
The selected applications are then automatically downloaded and installed on your smartphone target (as soon as it has access to an Internet connection), but the Play Store not only allows you to install programs. It also allows you to manage all the apps installed on their Android devices and update them or remove them from the remote device.
If you want to uninstall Android applications online, log in to this page of the Google Play Store and in a few seconds will load a list of all these apps on your smartphone and tablet equipped with the Google system. You will see a couple of buttons below the icon for each app, one in a trash can that allows you to remove the app from the device and with a text that allows UPDATE to update the application when it is available a new version.
If you uninstall, you just need to click on the Trash icon in this app to be deleted from the phone (or tablet that is) and confirm by clicking the green button UNINSTALL: not just your Android device will have access to Internet, the selected app will be removed within a few seconds without you having to lift a finger.
For the update, the mechanism is similar. Just click the other button. In short, if you have recently purchased an Android smartphone and have not yet fully exploited the potential of the Google Play Store , remedied immediately because it is absolutely worth it.