The Google Play Store will allow you to remotely uninstall apps from other devices
An update is already available in which the Google Play Store gives you the ability to remotely uninstall applications from other devices, if they are connected to the same account. This feature should work on all platforms: PC, Car, Phone, TV and Wear.
Currently, you can only install apps on devices under the same Google Account, but you can’t remove them. This is exactly the possibility that the new update of this application brings, and the new user interface of the Play Store compiles all your installed applications in a list that is easier to manage.
For example, you’ll now be able to sort apps linked to your Google account in different ways, such as by size, group them by the devices they’re on, and so on.
This can be particularly useful when managing apps for Android TV, Android Auto or Wear OS, as their interfaces are a bit more limited than those on, for example, phones. This also means that from now on it will be much easier to install and uninstall applications using a desktop browser or an Android phone.
The new Google Play Store, or its new version, will be available through an update that has already started rolling out to users, but it will take some time until it reaches everyone, so you’ll probably have to wait a little longer until you try out the new features.