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Removing Apps from iPhone or iPod Touch

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: September 30, 2008

Looking to remove an application you've added to your iPhone or iPod Touch from the app store? All you need to do is hold your finger down on an icon on the screen until the icons go "wobbly" and then you can hit the "x" on the top right corner of the icon of the app you want to remove. You'll be asked to confirm you want to remove the app and if you agree it will be banished.

While the icons are wobbly you can move them around and put them on different pages. When you are done you just need to hit your home button (the square button at the bottom of the device) and the wobbling will stop and you can get back to more important things.

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