I am an iPhone addict. I must have it on me at all times. As I frequently mention on here, I try to live as "paperless
" as possible and my iPhone helps me do that. As I constantly try new apps and new services, I continually arrange the way my apps
appear on my phone's home screen. My brother and I even periodically discuss how we align our apps and send screen shots. Pretty bad, I know.
As happy as I am with my current system, I always
wonder if there is a better way to adjust the phone setup. A recent PC Mag article
answered my question. With these 4 tips to organizing iPhone apps, I realized that my system was pretty good.
The tips included using hotspots (areas where your thumbs can easily reach), clustering (grouping related apps in clusters), filing apps into folders and moving extra apps towards the back. I use these tactics as well as grouping some by color.
While that last one does nothing for productivity, it does make it look a lot nicer. How do you have your iPhone
device or other smartphone
set up? Where is the Armstrong app
on your setup?