Can You Have Too Many Pages of Apps on Your Device?
Check out all of these tips and tricks for optimizing the apps on your smartphone. They’ll make your phone work better, faster, and more efficiently.
You probably use apps for almost every aspect of your life. Whether for getting directions, ordering food, listening to music, shopping, reading, or doing research, there is most certainly an app for that. You may have pages and pages of interesting apps, which means that it’s harder to find the app that you really want to use. So what’s the best way to manage them all? How can you keep from getting overwhelmed by all of the apps out there?
The Easiest Solution
One of the easiest ways to manage your apps is to use a tool that cleans up your collection automatically on a regular basis. That way, you’ll always have plenty of room on your phone for new photos, videos, and yes, more apps. Use DFNDR’s App Manager to control all of the apps on your phone. This feature allows you to see a list of all of the apps on your device, and easily uninstall unwanted apps. With this feature, you’ll get organized quickly. At the same time, it will help your phone work better, faster, and more efficiently. Click here to remove unwanted apps and free up space on your device now:
You don’t need to keep every app you’ve ever downloaded on your phone forever. It’s really best to have only a few pages of apps so you can always find what you want quickly and easily. Remember that some apps might have been useful for a short time only, like that map of Madrid you used on your last vacation. Some duplicate the same feature, like the numerous music apps out there — chances are you’ve tried a bunch of apps, but really find that you gravitate to the same one over and over again. Don’t worry about losing something forever — even if you’ve paid for it, you can easily restore it by checking out all the apps you’ve ever downloaded in the “My Apps” section of the Google Play store app.
Once you’ve decided which apps to get rid of and which apps you want to keep, organize the remaining apps using folders. Using folders allows you to group similar apps together so you can quickly find what you’re looking for. On most Android phones, you can create folders by pressing down on an app icon until all the icons are shaking. Then drag all of the related apps on top of each other and voila, you’ve made a folder. Each folder can hold up to 16 apps. With space for 20 icons or folders on each screen, that means you have room for 320 apps without having to swipe to the next screen.