Delete Apps is a Mac utility that provides you with a solution for permanently removing programs along with their associated files from your computer. The tool might prove to be of good use if you're looking for an easy way to reclaim disk space on your Mac.
Before using this program to remove any apps from your computer, you first need to grant it access to your Applications and User directories. Afterwards, the utility will start scanning your Mac for installed tools.
You can select multiple utilities for the uninstalling process, check their correspondent associated files, and use the sorting options to quickly locate the apps you want to delete from your Mac. What's more, you have access to a powerful search tool which helps you immediately find programs within the offered list.
Unfortunately, Delete Apps comes with a couple of flaws. For starters, it lacks the ability to remove extensions and widgets from your Mac. Also, it doesn't feature options to find and delete leftover files from your computer.
Another disadvantage is the fact that it fails to uninstall programs that were downloaded and installed from the Mac App Store. The error says it requires certain types of permissions and recommends you to use Mac's Finder to remove the programs in question from your Mac.
In my opinion, you should first test Delete Apps on your Mac and then decide if it's worth keeping it or not. The program is free, so you have nothing to lose; maybe you won't encounter the aforementioned flaw.