The Google Play Store is home to many apps. Not just smartphone apps, but apps for tablets, wearables, TVs, and also computers like ChromeOS. This means that you could have apps installed for all your devices in one single place, but oddly enough, managing these apps had to be done on the devices themselves.
Thankfully, that will change soon. In a recent update announced by Google, it seems that they are introducing a new feature that will allow users to manage their apps across their devices through their Android phone.
This means that if you have apps installed on your tablet or smart TV that you want to uninstall, instead of having to go to those devices, you can manage it directly from your phone itself. This will make it a lot more convenient and efficient. Google does not mention which apps can be managed through the phone, but presumably as long as they were downloaded from the Play Store it shouldn’t be an issue, but we’ll have to test it out for ourselves to get a better idea.
It’s a useful idea, especially when it comes to devices like wearables where the tiny screen can make it a bit troublesome when it comes to managing installed apps, so being able to control the apps from a larger screen like your phone would be a lot more useful.
Source: Android Authority