Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'iPhone' started by diesel, Jun 29, 2010.
Just curious as to how many users have put a folder containing apps in the bottom docking area?
Not me. How does it look?
You bet. I've got one folder that hold all the stuff that I want quick access to but not on the home screen. I've got the App store, Safari, Contacts and a few other things in it.
I did for a few minutes...too ugly (not my taste).
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Oh thats kinda cool
I'll have to try it out
To be honest with you, I don't even use the folders. I prefer the old fashioned way.
Here is mine, I combine all the phone functions on the home bar, including sms, email, settings, phone, etc. The folder on my workspace is all my essential apps that I use everyday and are computer based like evernote, tweetdeck, Reader, eBay, YouTube, etc. I prefer the clean interface.
Credit the wallpaper to the wallpaper thread.
I didn't think I would, but I wanted five apps in my dock - phone, messages (texting), email, safari and camera. Needed camera since double-tapping home doesn't work for that anymore with multitasking. So, I created a folder called Phone and put phone, messages, and contacts in it. Works great, love it, great idea. I usually double tap home to get to them anyway, so it works great. And now I have the camera available more easily, and have more room on my 1st page.
Love your husky, very cute... mine's all white... what a great breed.
All mine are at the bottom now, no scrolling from page to page and a clear view of the wallpaper. I likes it
I like that idea a lot, and it's given me an idea for am wallpaper. Perhaps one that has folder labels built right into it, then place the folder next to the label. Has that been done?
Hey how did you get the icons instead of naming the folders? I dunno how to manage that one
Thanks, when you hold down the folder to pull apps in and out it enables you to change the folder's name. At this point just use emoji emoticons instead of words for the name of the folder.
I have no idea what that is lol
Thanks for the info ill play around with it
Oh come on what about the girl in the slinky bikini homepage, no one?
No, because of the terrible image quality.
I took a pic of that with my iphone on my computer wallpaper. Yeah you can see lines and stuff but its not terrible. It looks really good on the phone with all the water droplets.
I definitely did.
First time poster, long time reader, I thought this was a good look but as always, personal preference.
The image quality on my phone is amazing with this background, and sorry I didnt resize.
Go Cards! Huge fan here...Can't wait for the season! Beanie is gonna rock this year!
I did, I love it. AIM skype fring and txt app are in the "text" folder while Web browsers phone and mail are in another
i did not think of that but that would be a smart way of organizing! Thanks for the idea!
With that picture, I guess you really don't need service ("No Service").