Clean Up Your Android Desktop with ‘Apps Organizer’
Are you finding yourself filling up most or all of your Android desktop screens with shortcuts and widgets?Â Those with the “stock” Android experience will tell you it’s pretty easy to clutter three panels.Â Most of us hate scrolling through the app drawer so we drop an icon or two on the desktop.Â The problem with this is that after a couple of frequently used and apps and widgets are placed, it can be just as time consuming to hunt down the icon.Â Deep customization is nice, but it can be tedious to navigate.Â Enter ‘Apps Organizer.’
Apps Organizer adds even more personalization and customization to your Android desktop screens.Â This control is provided by giving each of your apps a label.Â You can associate your applicationsÂ with one or more labels which are then used to create shortcuts on your Android home screen(s). The app comes with preset labels, but have the ability to create, rename, and delete labels.Â Further, Apps Organizer comes with custom icons for labels with more available via download.Â Adding a star to an application automatically filters it to the top of any list, regardless of label.
Apps Organizer can be found in the Android Market for free!
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