Jase Glenn · Dec 23, 2011 at 07:09 pm

AutoFolders: A Better Way to Organize Android

Like most people Mecid8 has apps. Lots of apps. You see the other day he realized he had over a hundred apps, and it dawned on him that there was no way to really organize them. Sure by default Android sorts things alphabetically, but how about by category? Thus began his quest to develop an automatic app sorter that:

Automatically sort applications by category (how to do this is the topic of another post).
Gives you possibility to create your own own categories.
Enables the correct choice of the category, if app categories chose it wrong.

So if you find yourself needing a good organizer, head on over to the thread here to pick up the latest version.

Happy Organizing.


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