Chase Christy on
Oh my gosh! What a simple and helpful post. My apps drive me nuts, and I am always trying to organize them. I love it. Thanks.
Alece on
I organize mine basically the same way. Another app I have on my home screen (not in a folder) is HeyTell. I love the ability to send quick voice messages... it's my way of texting while driving!
Doug W. on
It's interesting that with all of the features iOS now includes, one that it does not is an auto-configure option that would intelligently remove apps you don't use and propose organizing the display of apps you do in order of (1) frequency of use and (2) order of use, the latter being related to the sequence in which you use your apps (for example, going from camera to a photo retouching app). That having been said, I just reduced my app collection down from 478 apps in total between iPhone and iPad, to under 100. I now try to leave each screen not only clean but half-empty, with four apps in the top row, three in the second row, a folder for any other apps in that category, and the last two rows blank. This also means that I can pop apps into and out of the home bar at the bottom of the screen without causing other challenges.
    Trevor on
    Wow! You really pared down your apps - that's some serious spring cleaning! And interesting point about that intuitive auto-configure-app option... I wonder if that will ever be included at some point down the road.

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