How To Delete Multiple Apps in iOS – [Jailbreak Required]

how to delete multiple apps from iPhone

Here’s how to delete multiple apps from iOS device at the same time to save yourself time and effort. In this quick guide, we are going to share a quick way of removing more than one app from iPhone. This tips will be particularly handy for those who have loads and loads of apps installed on their iPhone and want to delete multiple apps to clear up storage space for some reason.

How To Delete Multiple Apps From Jailbroken iOS Device

In order to delete multiple apps in iOS, you need to jailbreak your iPhone first. We often download apps to test, use some but soon get bored with them and wish to delete them that you no longer use, and get rid of unused apps to make up room for downloading something new on iPhone. However, this process of deleting apps can get time and effort consuming if the number of apps to be deleted is too many. Deleting apps one at a time can take forever. iOS doesn’t allow you to delete multiple app by default, you have to do that one by one.

But there is a handy app that allows users to get rid of multiple apps at a time to save time. Name of that app is MultiActions Jailbreak Tweak. As you might have guessed from the name, that the app required Jailbreak access to iOS. This app is specifically designed to help you to remove multiple apps at a time. You might be saying deleting apps one by one is not that much a hassle, you can still go ahead and delete them one by one. But you will realize the real difference only after using this app.

Moreover, MultiActions Jailbreak Tweak enables users to create a folder / folders of multiple app and empty them at the same time, or delete the entire folder.

With MultiActions you can create folders from multiple apps, empty those folders and delete multiple apps at once. Just enable jiggle mode and select what you want to do. You can combine apps from folders and from springboard as you want.

This Jailbreak Tweak works with iOS 10.1, iOS 10, as well as iOS 9 running jailbroken iPhone devices. So it will work if you are using iOS 10/10.1.1 jailbreak or previous iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on iPhone. You can download MultiActions Jailbreak Tweak directly from the Cydia’s BigBoss repository on a jailbroken device.

The MultiActions tweak will come in useful if you are using lots of apps and games on your device. It cuts down on steps needed to perform most basic app movement and deletion on non-jailbroken iOS devices.

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