So I have many apps on my iPad. I have my main apps on my home screen, then on the second screen I arrange the rest of my apps in folders according to category - news, social, lifestyle etc. I am astutely aware that I only use about 10 apps on a regular basis (the ones on the homepage), with another 5-10 that I want to keep 'just in case'. I still have another 40 apps on my iPad, and while I've culled it down a bit, I can't seem to bring myself to delete them. Yet I have this desire to delete all apps I don't use, to clear the clutter. I feel if I do this, I'll only be left with what I need. No bloat. I try to subscribe to the philosophies of zen habits, living with less, but I seem to battle a behaviour akin to hoarding or even OCD where I *have* to have that app installed. Do you like to hoard lots of cool apps and keep them in folders, regardless if you use them much? Or do you like to keep a clean 'slate' with only the apps you use often? Do you use folders extensively? Does it ever feel like you 'lose' apps? Do you ever feel the need to purge the apps you don't use often in order to make the hidden gems more visible? Can anyone else relate? What is your app strategy?