Posts Tagged ‘Folders’

This is how you can get the folders on your iOS 10 iPhone or iPad to look more like the ones on Android 7 Nougat devices.

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iOS 9 doesn’t officially allow you to nest folders inside other folders, but like with previous iOS versions, there’s a workaround. Here’s how to create nested folders in iOS 9.

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FolderEnhancer by Lance Fetters has been one of the longest running and widely supported packages available on Cydia. When Apple introduced the ability to create folders in iOS, it was generally accepted that the implementation was a long way off from being perfect. FolderEnhancer for iOS was thought to be the answer to that lack of perfection, introducing a number of powerful enhancements that made working with folders on iOS 4.0 and higher almost a pleasure. iOS has progressed significantly since those days, as have Apple’s implementation of home screen folders. With that said, there is always room for improvement, which is where FolderEnhancer (iOS 7) steps into the limelight.

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Nokia is keen to take the Windows Phone platform and to build on top of it, which is where the company’s Lumia Black software update comes into play. Bringing new software features to handsets like the Lumia 1020 and Lumia 925, the software is available to users of those devices as of today. Other devices will get the update in the coming weeks, we’re told.

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Like the introduction of iPhone OS back in 2007, the early versions of Windows Phone are strangely bereft of folders. Although iOS 4 finally allowed iDevice users to file their apps away in an orderly fashion, there doesn’t appear to be such implementation in sight from the Redmond-based software maker, leaving those WP users who can find enough apps to file away in the first place, without the capacity to keep things organized.

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While Android had support for folders since the very start, iOS only got them in 2010 with iOS 4. The third OS in the so called “three-horse race” – Windows Phone 7 – still doesn’t have any folder functionality but a homebrew solution has emerged today and it is what we’ll be talking about in this post.

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