Organized phone apps can make your phone experience smoother and easier. If the apps are organized, you’ll be able to use them quickly and easily.
A couple weeks ago I bought a new iPhone. I’d been limping along on the iPhone 4 that I bought for $99 in 2011. To date, that is the most expensive phone I’ve ever purchased. The new 5s I bought was only $49.
I’m thrilled with this one. I bought the 32gb version because the one thinking causing me to limp on the iPhone 4 was lack of storage. Hopefully, this one won’t run out anytime soon.
In the meantime, I’m enjoying downloading all the apps I want, something I was unable to do on my old phone. I probably don’t have as many as some people, but I am thrilled to be able to try out some new ones that I’d heard great things about. I’m loving Layout by Instagram.
One of the first things that I did after I downloaded everything on my wish list was to make mine organized phone apps. There are lots of tricky systems to organized phone apps. But I just go simple.
Organized Phone Apps
Here’s how I’ve put things in order:
Home screen = the apps I use most often
- Inbox for Gmail
- Instagram (my fave)
- Layout by Instagram
- Google Maps
- a Utilities folder
Page 2 = Fun apps, Money-Saving apps, Productivity Apps
- Yoga Studio
Page 3 = the leftovers
- iPhone apps I don’t use and can’t delete
So, how have you organized phone apps?
Read the whole series: Organization for Normal People.