Version: 2.0.1 || Release Date: 2010-01-08 || License: Shareware ($12.95) App Owner: arne

Everybody loves the drag and drop nature of OS X. Drag an app into your applications folder, and it's installed. You'd think it would be that easy to delete an app - just a matter of dragging it to the trash. But it's not. Applications install preferences, caches, and other support files throughout your computer that take up space and generate clutter. Deleting these by hand every time you delete an app is a pain.

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I used to use this until I bought Hazel. Hazel will do the same thing with its app sweep.

Still think this is a solid app. It was the first real contender in un-installers, and don't forget it does: preference panes; widgets; screensavers, etc too

I thought AppZapper was indispensable – until I found <a href="">AppTrap</a>. Now I can delete an application with +backspace without worries.

Has become a must-have piece of software for me. While it works 95% of the time, there's been a rare few occasions where it has failed to pick everything up. Still great though.

Well, I have to say this works flawlessly. Allowed me to safely delete application I had been to afraid to touch for months.

I like this app. Sure, I could use Spotlight, but using AppZapper gives me a warm & fuzzy by easily purging my system of the app residue that makes my mac feel all icky inside. Yeah I wash my hands 30 times a day. So what?

Don't buy this!
What AppZapper does you can do with Spotlight too!
Better keep your money and download AppDelete, its exactly the same only for free,
or spend your money into CleanApp, it's way more Powerfull.

This program weights more than the stuff it would delete in 10 years.

And you have to pay for that?

faantastic application. Saves me using the Spotlight

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