I am aware there is an app on the appstore that can remove apps within the watch itself. Why isn't this app supplied by default install of BangleApps? It seems to me an essential piece? Is there a drawback to using it?
The reasoning is why do you want to uninstall an app, unless it is in the process of installing another - in which case the App Store is by far the easiest option for uninstallation.
It's also super-easy to stop your watch working by uninstalling the launcher or clock for instance - if you're not connected to the app loader there's no way to install them - so it seems like a dangerous thing to offer by default
I think the only drawback right now might be that I'm not sure the uninstaller is aware of 'data' files - like GPS tracks/etc - so wouldn't remove them.
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