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Android 101: how to organize your home screen

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(Here, we can take as written the obligatory KonMari reference.)There are essentially two steps to making sense of all of those Android apps: find a way to organize them (and there are a variety of ways, depending on what you’re comfortable with) and periodically remove all of the extra apps that you’ve accumulated and no longer use. This how-to was created using a Pixel 3 XL running Android 9 Pie, but your interface may be slightly different, depending on the model of your phone and which Android version you’re running.At the most basic (and anyone who’s had an Android phone for more than a week or two can skip down a bit), you can just use the app drawer, which is accessed either by swiping up from the bottom of the phone or by pressing on the apps icon at the bottom center of your display. Anything you don’t need, swipe up to uninstall.It’s not as simple as going to your App Drawer or as efficient as Files by Google, but if you happen to be in the Play Store and want to get rid of a few unnecessary apps in order to install some new ones, there’s a way.If you accidentally delete an app and then later think, “I shouldn’t have done that,” or you suddenly remember an app you used on a former phone that you’d like to use again, you can find and restore your previous apps from the App Store (including ones you deleted from earlier devices that were using the same account).If you’re walking down the street and don’t have a spare hand, don’t forget about Google Assistant.

As said here by Barbara Krasnoff