Apple added an app library to the iPhone with the launch of iOS 14. Like the App Box on Android, all apps that are not on your home screen are stored in the App Library. Ready to remove an app from your home screen? How to move to your iPhone’s app library.
Start by holding down any app on your home screen that you want to move.
Then tap the “Delete app” option from the context menu.
Your iPhone will ask if you want to move the selected app to the app library or delete it. Select the “Move to app library” button.
The app now disappears from your home screen. Swipe over to the home screen on the far right to see your app library. You can find the app you moved in one of the automatically generated groupings or by tapping the search field “App library”.
You can find the app by scrolling through the alphabetical list of installed applications or by typing the first letters of the app’s name. Tap the item to launch the app.
Although you are unlikely to move an app to the app library by mistake, you can reverse your decision and quickly transfer apps back to your iPhone’s home screen whenever you want.
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