There are plenty of apps available in Google Play Store, and quite frankly, the more the better. It is just hard to get enough of them since every app offers different functionality, making our Android devices more efficient and user friendly.
With your new Samsung Galaxy S6, you get plenty of storage space and there is no reason why you should not download the apps you like. However, it can create a bit of a mess. There are so many apps in the app screen that it takes forever to find the app you want to open. This is why a lot of people prefer having their favorite apps on the home screen. But what if you have a large number of favorite apps? That would make your home screen look messy. This is where the importance of folders comes in. Folders help organize the apps of your choice and create more room on your home screen.
So, how can you create a folder on your new Samsung Galaxy S6? It’s simple! Just follow these step and other than that here is how you can install flash player on your Android.
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Step 1: Put Your Favorite Apps on Home Screen
In order for you to create a folder for your apps, you have to put all the apps that you want in the folder on the home screen. This will make it easier for you to put them in the folder and you will not have to drag them from apps screen.
Step 2: Drag on the Target App
Let’s say you want to create a folder for social apps, you will have to tap and hold a social app, for example, Facebook and drag it over to another social app like twitter.
Step 3: Release the App
Once you have dragged the app over another app, you will see a folder appearing. As soon as you see the folder, release the app and your folder will be created. Now you can put all the social apps from your home screen to that folder.
Step 4: Name the Folder
To name the folder, simply tap on “Enter Folder Name” and give the name of your choice.
Once you have done all that you can now create several folders of different app categories and organize them accordingly. This will create a lot of room on your Samsung Galaxy S6 home screen and also give it a neat look.
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