Keeping track of your iPhone apps can be a challenge. Creating and maintaining folders to house your apps is time-consuming, but going without folders entirely will lead to disorganized screens with no easy way to find the apps you want.
With iOS 14, Apple has introduced a new feature known as the App Library, which tries to intelligently organize different apps into folders based on categories, such as suggested apps, recently added apps, social, entertainment, shopping, travel, and games.
You can swipe your way to the App Library to find and open a specific app based on its category. You can also search for apps within the App Folder Library and browse all your apps alphabetically. Apps in the App Library can be moved to the home screen or deleted entirely, but they cannot be moved from one folder to another. Here’s how it works.