One of the latest additions in iOS 14 is the App Library. Apple created the app library to organize the same genre apps under one roof. App Library lets you clean the unnecessary app pages. Also, it automatically organized the apps according to their genre. For example, All social and communication apps that your install will be in a separate folder. Similarly, the App library of games will be separate from the tools. In short, the App library on iPhone organized your app collection in individual folders.
Moreover, you can make the necessary customization in-app library if you want. Means you add, remove, or move any app from or in the App Library in iOS14. If you don’t know how to do it, follow the procedure below, we have specially prepared it for iOS 14 users.
Move or Delete Apps from App Library on iPhone (iOS 14)
It’s not as complicated as you are thinking right now. Infact it is damn easy just the game of a few steps and you will get command on the App library easily. Here are the steps, these are what you came for.
• Navigate to the App Library section by scrolling past the last page on your home screen. To enter jiggle mode long press on the empty space in-app library, you will see the screen jiggling.
• On the jiggling screen, you will see there is a cross icon on all the apps present in that app library. By tapping on the cross icon, you can delete the targeted app. and after taping you need to confirm the deletion by tapping on Delete.
• If you want to bring any app back to the home screen, You have to tap and hold on the app icon. Select the option of Add to some screen from the sub-menu
• Move to the home screen and you will see the app is successfully shifted on the home screen from the app library. It s my sincere suggestion that apps which you used the most, keep them on the home screen for easy access.
That’s all! that’s probably the simplest thing that you can do on iPhone powered by iOS 14. Even it’s easier than taking a screenshot. Hopefully, you found this information useful. If you really liked it, please share this article with your other iPhone friends to spread awareness in them too. Because I know, iPhone users really don’t know about their phones at all!.