If you've ever wanted to hide an app or disable it, there's a number of ways. Hide Application is one of them. Its name is short, sweet, and to the point. More importantly, its free version can only hide them one way: deep in the depths of your device, never to be seen or ran, even in the background. It also requires root access.
Don't just hide unwanted apps: eradicate them
If you don't know what root access is, though, you may want to take a pass on this app just by default. If you lose root access after hiding an app, or hide the app you're using as a root manager for example, this app can quickly cause serious problems with your device that may require restoring from a backup. After all, Hide Application prevents an app from being seen or even running, even when you want it to.
A headache that's worth it
But if you're a power user willing to take these kinds of risks, the app is simple, organized, and brutally effective. You can search through your installed apps to find a specific one, view a list, and add or remove apps from the list of those that are hidden. Put bluntly, Hide Application is for careful and learned power users.