App Cleaner & Uninstaller
Preview Installed Applications and Remove Service Files to Complete Uninstall.
App Cleaner - The best app to remove applications service files on Mac OS X and uninstalling applications*.
Delete application's service files. Make sure they aren't eating up precious space on your Mac with this helpful app that does the legwork for you.
Disable unneeded login items to launch Mac faster.
Get PRO features and remove even System Extensions.
Main Gained Value - Speed up Your Mac by:
• deleting apps' files taking performance resources
• deleting debris of apps that were simply put into Trash
• managing all types of service files (caches, logs, preferences, etc.)
• removing unneeded System Extensions
• removing login items and disabling startup programs
Main Advantage: App Cleaner deletes Remains (or leftovers) - files of previously removed apps.
Thus, you uninstall applications completely.
• Scan the system and preview installed applications
• Remove all types of service files
• Remove remains of previously uninstalled apps
• Reset application to a first-launch state
• Preview launch agents and system daemons
• Preview login items
• Disable launch agents and login items
• Find and preview installed System Extensions
• Remove System Extensions
• Easy-to-use shortcuts
• Any file or app quick preview
• Specific app-associated file formats preview
• In-app help assistance
• Show unused applications
• Skip list option
How to Uninstall an application using App Cleaner:
1. Launch App Cleaner.
2. Scan all applications for service files.
3. Choose unneeded application (left view). In-app purchase required.
4. Select all its’ service files on right view.
5. Click Remove.
6. If some apps were not removed, due to access rights, switch to Finder and move them manually to Trash*.
*Some applications can not be removed because they require administrator privileges. In this case, switch to the Finder and delete the application file in usual way.
PRO mode required to:
• Remove executable part of applications
• Remove system extensions
• Disable ads
FREE mode allows to:
• Preview all installed apps
• Preview service files for apps
• Remove service files for apps
• Reset apps to first-run state
• Preview installed extensions and widgets
• Disable launch agents and startup items
• Remove Remains - broken service files
Nektony: that's a 5th year we put our efforts to produce Mac cleanup utilities that solve any problematic issue.
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Extensions management added.
Applications uninstaller improved.
Disable Launch Agents feature added (free).
Most Helpful Reviews
Got rid of Google updater under El Capitan! - My Mini i7 was overheating with fans spinning during photo and video editing. It got hot even during system sleep! I checked Console.app and found Google Updater was literally “calling home” thousands of times per minute. As a scrolled throug system activities it was obvious Google’s spyware had run amuck and was bogging down my Mac something terrible. I tried terminal commands in an attempt to nix Google Update but to no avail: Google updates it’s code automatically, keeping one step ahead of everybody. So the terminal command that worked last week no longer did a thing… Enter AppCleaner. A couple clicks and Google Updater was gone for good, nixing 300MB of spyware! Yes, AppCleaner is demo only until you pay $3.99 but is the best software investment I’ve made in a long time. I’m amazed some reviewers think this app should be free. I’m glad I was able to help support the app so gets updated regularly. Now my Mini sleeps cool as a cucumber and the fans no longer kick up!
Cannot Be Removed—BEWARE! - This offers a $3.99 option. You run it. It deletes part of the program, but not all of it. It then asks for $3.99 to remove the rest. What do they call it when someone forces to make you pay to finish a job? If you go to the website, this program is no longer listed. There is no support for it. There are no FAQs for it. Before this version, it worked quickly and well. I’d call this version ransomware—right in the middle of something you must pay. But the best part? You CANNOT REMOVE IT. It leaves traces all over that mess up your computer. Some processes can’t even be stopped using force quit in activity monitor. Other files are hidden away with innocent names. Apple, please either remove it or have it tested immediatly!!!
More Reviews for Current Version
Best in breed! - Well-worth the price for anyone who strives to keep their OS mean and lean! Have wasted countless hours over the years with apps that claim to remove all traces of a program, only to find bits scatered through the OS thereafter. App Cleaner is as straightforward and effective as the name implies. I’ve had it for a few years and havee run it through the inquisition by uninstalling then re-installing apps a few times and verifying the results with folder and Spotlight searches. Hasn’t failed me yet. This new Extension Manager is a welcome upgrade as it removes my one minor gripe with earlier releases. Sometimes the old versions would segregate extensions ans installers as “remainders” and you’d have to nuke them that way. This new tweak streamlines the process as well providing another handy way to keep tabs on which extension are running or not.
Indispensible! - New update is excellent, freed up FIFTY GB I didn’t know was wasted from an already-uninstalled mail client!
A must have. No exceptions. - This is a must have for all users. It is the Add / Remove programs that Mac OS does not have. Yes there is a way to drag an icon and uninstall an app without this. However, while that works most of the time, it does not work all of the time, and it does not get everything an app leaves behind. This gets it all and keeps your MAC OS in new shape.
Just acquired - Reasonable price, appears to work great.
Works great! Clean interface. Fast. - Runn on late-2016 MacBook Pro 15” :)