How to Delete iMessage Apps from iPhone and iPad Running iOS 11

Deleting an iMessage app from iPhone or iPad running iOS 11 requires taking a different route. If you are on a mission to keep some of the unwanted ones away from your library so that it no longer looks burdened, jump over to this guide. And in the end, do let us know if you want the process to be slightly more straightforward in iOS 12!

Your ever-growing roaster of iMessage apps seems to be slightly cluttered and you have decided to keep some unwanted ones away from the catalog. To put it straight, deleting an iMessage app on iOS is different from the way you uninstall apps from the Home screen on your iPhone.

So, how do you remove the unused apps? Well, you have to dive a bit deep into the Messages app to clean up the redundant ones. Swim across to know how it’s done!

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How To Delete An iMessage App on iPhone or iPad

Step #1. Launch Messages app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, open any conversation and then tap on the Apps icon to access the apps bar.

Step #3. Next, you need to swipe from the right right to the left to get to the end of the app bar.

Tap on App Store Icon and Swipe to Left in iMessage App on iPhone or iPad

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Step #4. Next, tap on More button.

Tap on More Button in iMessage App Store

Step #5. Up next, you should see the list of all of your installed iMessage apps. Find out the app you wish to get rid of and then swipe left on it. Then, tap on Delete button.

Delete iMessage Apps from iPhone or iPad

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Alternately, you can quickly swipe left on the app to delete it. In the end, tap on Done at the top right corner to exit.

Delete iMessage Apps with Long Swipe

That’s it! You have successfully uninstalled the app from your device.

Over to you

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So, now you know how to keep those unwanted apps away from your roaster. Share your thoughts about it in the comments and also let us know about the changes you want to see in Apple’s messaging app in iOS 12.

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Rajesh Mishrahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Tracking down the trending stories that are making headlines on the Internet and exploring Apple devices are what appeal Rajesh the most. Aside from catching up with the fun-loving videos and FPS, he likes playing badminton and composing poems.

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