Like the Google Android Market, the Android Market also allows users to install and uninstall apps much easier by allowing them to manage their downloads, uninstall apps, manage their profiles, settings and history in a much more simplified manner. However, the Google Android Market lacks something that Yalp Store does not - an uninstall feature. The official store does offer this feature and the way in which you can remove an app is by either going to the play store, logging into your Yalp account or manually removing it by going to the device's main settings.
In comparison, the Google Android Market does allow you to uninstall apps in a couple of different ways. On the devices where it is not possible to do this, you can go into your device's settings, go to settings, scroll down to about and click on" uninstall apps." This will permanently delete the particular app from your device and will return all of its data (such as textures and icons) back to the Google Play Store, but it will leave the data associated with the installed applications. With the alternative of manually going into your Google Play Store and deleting the particular app, and then reinstall it, the second method of getting rid of it would be to either copy the app via an SD card or download it via the internet and then install it on your Yalp phone.