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mikezmac

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Our apps may be hard to hit at times but if you spread them out a bit you can nail them every time!

Here's my Layout.
Let's see yours!

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sixxmum

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I just had to repair mine again, so I need to start over, once I get my oomph up to do it!
 

mikezmac

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Why would you want all these apps on your watch?

My hue lighting I can control with some, Travel apps (not yet used), Fitness, used all, one for trails, biking, and Nike for running, news i look at daily (usually at work where or on the can), social media the same as news, weather, yes I sue them, the ecommerce, not really.
 

riverfreak

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Jan 10, 2005
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Arranging apps is painful. In my opinion the aligned should not be magnetic (or as strongly magnetic as it is). I'd love to be able to create independent groupings of functionally related apps -- and not have them disrupted by automatic app updates.

That said, OP, my god, 95 apps? Just kidding. Your arrangement looks good if a little overly religious for my personal secular tastes.
 

gottafly

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Aug 26, 2008
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Arranging apps is painful. In my opinion the aligned should not be magnetic (or as strongly magnetic as it is). I'd love to be able to create independent groupings of functionally related apps -- and not have them disrupted by automatic app updates.

That said, OP, my god, 95 apps? Just kidding. Your arrangement looks good if a little overly religious for my personal secular tastes.

I agree with this 100%. What's the difference if they all touch one another. I'd love to have 3-5 distinct "groups" to navigate to & among.
 

mikezmac

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Jun 4, 2014
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Arranging apps is painful. In my opinion the aligned should not be magnetic (or as strongly magnetic as it is). I'd love to be able to create independent groupings of functionally related apps -- and not have them disrupted by automatic app updates.

That said, OP, my god, 95 apps? Just kidding. Your arrangement looks good if a little overly religious for my personal secular tastes.

Yes, it is very hard to arrange them.

It's sunny I was grouping them by use and organizing them so they were easier to touch, I wasn't thinking about the cross until now :)
 

jmmo20

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Jun 15, 2006
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How do you align them like that? I've never been able to do anything similar.
This is as much as I have managed.
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mikezmac

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Jun 4, 2014
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Make a group having off somewhere and then take the apps away 1 by 1. So you'd build a pyramid 1st and then remove some apps from the base to make the diamond shape.
How do you align them like that? I've never been able to do anything similar.
This is as much as I have managed.
e0975b963bbbf8d98b6a5d7eb17319be.jpg
 
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