Version: 4.2.7 || Release Date: 2016-07-11 || License: Shareware ($7.99) Developer: Reggie Ashworth | App Owner: reggie

Deletes apps and their associated files.

AppDelete is an application for Macs that will delete the application you choose and any associated items (files and folders) that belong to that applicatioAppDelete will delete the application you choose and any associated items (files and folders) that belong to that application. Now you will no longer have to hunt through your system to find these items and delete them manually. Or worse, just let them sit on your Mac forever even though the application is long gone!

To run AppDelete just drag the application or folder containing the application you want to delete onto the AppDelete icon. You can also select from the main menu, right-click an item in the Finder using the AppDelete Automator workflow, or just drop an app in the Trash. An easy way is to keep AppDelete in your dock so you can drag your app or folder containing the app onto the icon in your dock. After doing this AppDelete will search your system to find the associated items. After clicking on "Delete" these items will be moved inside of a folder in the trash named "AppDelete" with the name of the app you dragged onto the icon. You can inspect this folder if you like before emptying the trash.

AppDelete also has a "Undo" feature, the ability to "Log only" for reference, it can search for invisible or "hidden" items, and more! And AppDelete keeps a log of all processing that it does.

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37 Opinions

Okay so I tried it... and it kept on giving me errors about how I was trying to delete more than one program... but truly, I wasn't - in the end the only app it did actually throw in the trash... was itself!

I just tried it... works well. And it's free :)

I love appZapper. It's the only application I've ever paid for and I use it constantly. I don't know about this one, but I would splurge for the good stuff if I were you.

This app won't delete any app! I tired dragging and app to the dock icon like your supposed to and no go. I tried this with several apps, one at a time, no go.

Is this any better or worse (in what it deletes) than appzapper?

this program is ok...AppZapper is better in my opinion.

Very simple application that is very useful.
Thanks to the Dev.

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