Samsung has been rumored to be improving its TouchWiz Android skin, but it might actually decide to remove all of its own programs in favor of those from Microsoft.
New reports suggest Samsung could strip off the unwanted software from its upcoming flagship smartphone. As great as this sounds it's too early to call for the death of TouchWiz.
Tired of looking at apps you never wanted or use? Here's how you can rid yourself of pre-installed apps on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Only available on Verizon, the Droid Maxx 2 is an excellent mid-range phone with an enduring battery and a $384 price tag -- just expect plenty of carrier bloatware.
Phone makers and carriers, take notice: You'll have to let smartphone owners delete all that software you stuff into handsets that no one actually wants.
Get rid of cluttering bloatware with just a few taps.
Get rid of space-hogging bloatware with this easy trick.
Get rid of those bloaty, unnecessary apps that come pre-installed on the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The Galaxy S4 comes with plenty of software preinstalled, but that doesn't mean you're going to use it all. Donald Bell shows you how to remove unwanted items from your sight.
commentary The Facebook phone isn't a phone at all, but a comprehensive skin that runs on top of the OS. Android purists will not be pleased.