IT: Organize your iPhone or Android home screen for smarter daily use
The folks who designed your life-capturing, brain-augmenting smartphone did the best with what they had, which was a phone meant to appeal to everyone. But you probably do some quirky things with your phone: shoot more photos than most, use very specific apps all the time, or maybe write a lot of notes to yourself. If you think you’re tapping, swiping, and sighing more than you need to, you’re probably right.
Luckily, a few folks have put big thought into their tiny screens. Here’s a deep analysis of the typical iPhone and Android home screen setup, and how each could be made better.