1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Ease of use
- Keep your Android tidy
- Too simple: needs more customizing options
- We can live without it
- Layout could be improved
Apps Organizer lets you manage apps installed in your device
First time you launch Apps Organizer, it tracks the app installed in your device and makes a list. If you want to organize your apps tap on the "star" next to the app name. Then will pop-up a menu with five labels (by default, but you can add as many as you want): Android, Internet, Games, Multimedia, Tools.
Select one of them and organize in labels all your apps. Once you've done it you can create a label shortcut or a wdiget with a custom icon on Android desktop.
If you want to organize also bookmarks, contacts and other Android resources you can download Folder Organizer, developed also by Fabio Collini, an emerging developer focused on folder managers.
You can create a label shortcut (or a widget) with a custom icon on Android home (long touch on home and select shortcut)
If you want to organize apps, bookmarks, contacts and shortcuts you can install Folder Organizer. Apps Organizer data can be easily imported
1.5: widget support, if you have "Apps label" bug please use widgets instead of shortcuts
Traditional Chinese translation
Fixed missing apps issue
I have been using this for over 4 years. It worries me that the developer has not updated it in two years, however the fact that it is still relevant speaks to its genius. From time to time I search the store for other application organizers and I always come back to this one.
Terrible looking app.
My images that I'm using for my icons are getting distorted on my Galaxy S4 since I upgraded to Kit Kat. I really like this app....Please fix!
Best folder organizer app. The best part is it has good icons inbuilt. Very useful organizer
Not as good as Auto App Organizer because it doesn't auto sort. Get that instead!