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A simple way to organize icons on the iPhone screen

Lots of different apps, which make our iPhones in their own way unique, were developed for iOS devices. Anyhow, installing one after another apps from the App Store, we risk to change the home screen of the iPhone in the chaotic set of icons and folders. Finding necessary application in this bloat by using Spotlight is a good way, but not the only convenient one.


The home screen can say a lot about the iPhone owner. Generally, users are moving to the first screen the most frequently used applications. The rest of the programs meticulously grouped into folders to reduce the number of screens, or simply remain on their places that they occupied after being downloaded from the App Store.

Reddit user under the nickname Lembacher suggested one interesting way to organize icons on the iPhone’s screen, through which to seek the necessary application takes a minimum of time.


As we can see on the screenshots above, he is not using folders at all and arranged all icons by colors. The thing is, it is impossible to always know the exact location of the desired applications icon, however we exactly remember how it looks like. So, grouping icons by colors you will be able to find desired application almost instantly.



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