Last edited by JaCelica2k; 12-14-2009 at 09:49 AM.
Good point. I think my issue with them most of the time is people put in pics that are important to them but might not be asthetically pleasing or fit with the theme they have designed. Then they just look out of place or detract from the attractiveness of the screen IMHO which might not be important to some people but would drive me nuts
Just as a heads up to people using folders:
Can not confirm it myself but what I read about folders vs apps organizer:
"Application shortcuts within "stock" folders are treated as unique objects and stored in memory. If you have one folder with 20 apps inside it, the home screen "manages" that as 21 objects (folder, plus app shortcut). With App Organizer, the same association results in just one object for the home screen to manage. That shortcut then calls Apps Organizer to pull the associated apps. "
This was one of my main reasons for getting apps organizer. In addition you can then give each "folder" or group a distinct icon which is pretty sweet. You can also uninstall any of these labeled apps directly from the home screen (long press --> uninstall). Just a heads up in case you were not aware of the differences.
Screen 1: Just basic home screen, nothing major.
Screen 2: Pure Calendar.
Screen 3: Dedicated to the girl. Each button does something different. One for direct Call, one for direct message, one for contact, and one for navigation to our house.
Screen 4: Apps galore, tasks, and quick airplane mode, and vibrate.
Home++, only using 4 screens, which I have not even filled, I don't like a lot of clutter.
One of the other images I use a lot.
Last edited by backlash; 12-14-2009 at 11:21 AM.