How To Move Multiple Apps On The Home Screen In IOS 11
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For those of you who like to rearrange the Home screen on your iPhone and iPad to organize your apps, you might be interested to know that there's a handy little hidden feature for moving multiple apps at one time.
iOS 11 is due this fall along with the iPhone 8 anniversary edition and the planned S-iterations. However, Apple has already issued a Developers beta version and we did not waste any time to play with it. Accidentally, I discovered that you can grab multiple apps when moving them around. So, I decided to use the new Screen Recording tool and show you how easy it is to rearrange apps on the iOS 11 Home Screen.
This method is also useful to quickly move a bunch of apps to a different page of your Home screen. While holding a stack of apps with one finger, you can use another finger to swipe left and right to quickly move between the pages of your Home screen.
3. Tap and hold your finger on the app you want to move, and then drag it around the screen. You should see the app icon move under your finger, and other apps will "flow" around it as you drag.
You can also move multiple apps at once, which is great for large-scale organization. Start to move one app icon, and with your other finger, tap other apps around it. They'll start stacking up under your finger, letting you move all of them at the same time.
Starting in iOS 10, a new way exists through the actions rotor to move apps around your various home screens. While the old method is still available, the new way of accomplishing this task seems to be preferred by many. In iOS 11, it then became possible to drag multiple apps at the same time. The below process was written for iOS version 12.1, and if the instructions do not work as outlined below, chances are good you are not running that version of iOS.
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Knowing how to organize your iPhone apps in seconds can take away a lot of the frustration of setting up a new iPhone, say the latest iPhone 14, given Apple's iOS doesn't quite let you simply drop apps where you want them on a home screen,
But there's a neat, though somewhat hidden, feature in iOS that lets you move multiple apps on you iPhone's Home Screen at once. This should help you quickly organize your app layout on your iPhone and prevent the screen from being overwhelmed with all sorts of apps and icons.
3. With your digit still held down, use another digit to swipe to a place on the Home Screen you want to move your apps to. Then, release your digit and they'll all be moved. Tap "Done" to complete the process.
Andrew Mellen, a professional organizer who has offices in New York and St. Petersburg, Florida, arranges some apps in a grid. He puts all the game apps clustered together in one part of a screen, smart home apps in another cluster, and so on.
Existing apps may jump around to make room, which can make the exercise a bit of a puzzle. To move an app from one screen to another, drag it to the right or left edge until the next screen appears. To move an app on an Android device, just drag and drop it.
On an iPhone or Android device, gently place your finger on an icon and drag it on top of another app. The phone will automatically create a folder containing those two apps. Tap Done. To add apps into an existing folder, drag an app into that folder. To remove an app from a folder, drag it out the same way you dragged it in.
If your apps are spread out over multiple home screens, finding the one you want can be daunting. One way is through search. On an iPhone, drag your finger down from the middle of the display so a search bar is visible. Then type the app name.
To permanently exorcise apps on the iPhone, lightly press down on the app. Tap Remove App | Delete App. If you prefer to keep the app but remove it from the home screen, tap that option instead. One thing to remember is that if even after you delete a paid app, you still own it and can reinstall it later if y