APK files are Android application packages, and they help you install apps on your device. Unfortunately, APKs can become outdated or incompatible with newer versions of the operating system, which renders them useless. Fortunately for you, there is an easy way to remove these obsolete APKs from your device!
This blog post will go over how to delete old APKs on Android devices so that you can free up valuable storage space without any hassle. To start, navigate to the Settings menu on your Android device and tap “Apps.”
From there you should see a list of all apps installed on your device. Find the app that you want removed from your phone or tablet and press it until an options button appears at the top-right corner (it will look like three vertical dots). Once this option has appeared, click it and select “Uninstall Updates.”
This is usually sufficient for removing old APKs because most updates are related to new versions of certain applications rather than completely new ones. If not then uninstall them one by one in order to avoid any potential issues with older files conflicting with newer applications. When finished uninstalling these updates,