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@TiP_Cam I organize those type of apps that I don't want to see on my last home page, which works well since I don't get to that page all that often - so I never see them. For a majority of users I'd imagine its easiest to have a single location where their apps live then trying to make them figure out what the difference is between two different areas that contain apps. This would also add on additional complexity, like how do I move the apps around to different areas, then do they all show up in my drawer regardless of if they are on the home screen or not, so are the apps on my home screen just a short cut or are they the real app and can only be found there? I imagine it would be annoying to try and locate where an app lived in two different areas. Then what happens when I delete an app in each if these different places, does it just remove it in one area and put it back in the other or might it delete it from the device completely. Then to put a bandaid on that issue you'd probably need another UI area ( that would be hard to find) where you specify which apps you really want on the device. Oh wait, I guess I've just explained androids crappy OS. No thanks.
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@TiP_Cam Hey if you find you really use all hundred, then of course you'd keep them, but thats only 7 folders worth of apps, which easily fits on less then half of a page.
On a side note, it would be interesting to see the list of all 100 apps that a pro iOS blogger needs to use.
Wanna know the best way to" hide apps away"? Delete them! Any data can still be backed up in the cloud and you can reinstall it later for free ( even if you paid for the app). If you think you will still use it someday then put it in a folder on your last home page screen. Check your last page every so often, if you aren't using those apps delete them.