Whenever I look at people with smartphones, I take one role, because smartphones are overloaded with applications. The screen after each screen shows an application with no light in the tunnel. Since we can have new applications daily and opportunities and innovations are there, we do not have any applications.
And then you get cluttered and spend less of non-used programs. This does not have to be like that! Because I got a system that gives me a broad app number, but I will keep the numbers down to usable levels. That's not overwhelming and you can follow them and become much more productive.
Here are some tricks you can apply for:
• Get rid of or use it: You have heard of the old rules related to clothes and maintain an order in your closet. If you have not worn a cabinet a year, get rid of it. Basically the same applies to applications and other content. If you used a program 1 year ago but never use it then you're better off it.
Here's how to get rid of your iOS apps. Click the icon until it shakes, then tap "X" in the corner so you delete it from the smartphone memory. A similar method is used for Android consumers with a recent version of Google. You need to go to the "Manage Applications" screen in the settings for older versions of Android.
• Recover lost programs: Keep in mind that your applications are somewhere. In a cloud or on your computer or on your smartphone. There is an option to restore applications directly to your smartphone.
In Apple in the iOS App Store just click on "Updates" and click "Purchased." There you will see a list of programs that you have on your smartphone. However, you also see the tab labeled "Not on this iPhone / iPad". When you press this, you will get a list of all the applications you have purchased from the past up to now from Apple. There you have the option of recovering any of these programs only by clicking on it. The fact that you already own and pay for them will not be expensed twice.
For Android users, you need to go to the "Google Play Store" app and then click on "Apps My Apps". Also there you will find a list of all purchased applications and from there to restore each of them. But note that free apps will not be saved to my "Apps" when you remove them. Just go back to your app store and reload them only free books.
• Use Folders: I have used the app folders since Apple introduced the feature for iPhone iOS 4. You may not know this clip, but it's very easy. Just click and hold the app until it starts shaking and drag over one other app you want to group. Then you will see a folder created with these two applications inside.
You can edit the name of the folder after it was created. iOS only denies the folder when you combine them. It looks like what kind of application you use and when you use a camera application, it might be called the "Photography" folder. If you want to change a name, just clear the title and start typing your name.
If you have an Android 4.0 smartphone, you can create a new folder in a similar way. If you have an older version of Android, you need to click and hold the home screen. As a result, you create a folder and then give a tag. After you give her a name, you can just drag your apps to the folder and drop them into it.
• Stay in one display: 20 places are available for folders and apps on the home screen for Apple iOS, each of which can have 12 applications. However, there is one app for Apple called "Newsstand" that can not be deleted or added to a folder. So the amount for your folder space is 19. And there's enough space for 228 add-ons, although 24 of those can not be deleted, only 204 apps can be taken on one screen.
So if you get more than 204 programs, you will be in trouble. Fortunately, Android can have up to 320 applications before it's necessary to clear the screen.
• Separate specific actions: There are certain programs that you want to keep as dedicated icons in your home screen. For example, if you use an application for a bus, you do not want to go through songs to find your important application.
This also applies to key features like your smartphone, calendar, etc. You want these programs to be ready when you need them right away.
• Folder: In some of your folders there are no more than 12 apps in Apple iOS and 16 for Google Android. In most cases, this will not be a problem. I personally have a few folders but I'm below this limit, but I also have one folder that's always full. So good strategy is to use the "one in one out" rule. If I add new apps to a folder, the current app will be released.
Source by Ferry Kagchel